The University of Birmingham and Siemens have announced a new global strategic partnership to create the smartest university campus in the world.
The Birmingham Energy Institute has been awarded a £123,900 grant from the Cadent Foundation to develop a new collaborative approach for engaging local communities in the transition to net-zero.
This report explores a new approach to driving the transition to net-zero by harnessing the assets of East Birmingham to connect communities and drive the transition to net zero.
UoB will provide the academic support for a project to develop Hydrogen Powered HGVs
New European Union regulations on batteries could offer a huge boost to the global decarbonisation mission – but only if it leverages its political and economic weight to ensure a fairer global marketplace.
A new £8.5 million centre, designed to promote innovation in waste, energy, and low carbon vehicle systems has been officially opened at Tyseley Energy Park (TEP).
The University of Birmingham are supporting the innovation of Hydrogen and has just opened the Birmingham Energy Innovation Centre at Tyseley Energy Park