Over 400 people attended a recent community open day to find out more about the projects that will shape Birmingham's Green Energy and Innovation Quarter.
A University of Birmingham / Echion Technologies collaboration that is facilitating the commercialisation of an active materials that could cut charging times.
A blog post from Dr Thomas Fender
Developing countries will receive £4 million to reduce harmful emissions from outdated air conditioning units, cooling refrigeration and cold supply chains.
The Birmingham Energy Institute’s ATETA project celebrate supporting over 300 businesses over the past six years at an Energy Innovation Showcase.
The River Cole and Tyseley Energy Park: Creation of Community Commons Project has been shortlisted for an award following the removal of a 170-year-old weir.
CIP has launched their third Low Carbon Energy Solutions Innovator Challenge, designed for innovators who are developing low carbon energy solutions.