A UK-China collaborative project led Birmingham Centre for Energy Storage (BCES), funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), UK Research and Innovation China (UKRI China), has led to the successful commercial demonstration pilot using composite Phase Change Material in Chinese region of Xinjiang.
The University of Birmingham, together with Energy Capital and the Energy Systems Catapult, is unveiling a report making the case for the creation of Energy Innovation Zones (EIZs) in the West Midlands.
The University of Birmingham is bringing together more than 100 cooling and energy efficiency decision-makers and experts at the world's first congress on 'clean cold' to discuss the urgent topic of how to meet our global demand for cooling sustainably.
Accelerating Thermal Energy Technology Adoption (ATETA) is a new and distinct business support service for businesses in the Greater Birmingham Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership area.
A consortium of eight universities, led by University of Birmingham, has secured £42 million of new investment to fund the National Centre for Nuclear Robotics (NCNR).
BEI was honoured to welcome Executive members of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to tour the (CES) facilities and find out more about the Institute's latest research.
The world's first international congress dedicated to clean cold will see academic experts join leaders from industry and government to map a global response to ever-increasing global demands for cooling.