The University of Birmingham is part of a £20 million centre launched to tackle carbon emissions from industrial clusters.
The Royal Society has highlighted twelve critical technologies and research areas that should be prioritised to achieve 'net zero'. One of these is led by Professor Yulong Ding
The Birmingham Energy Institute (BEI) and HSBC UK are supporting businesses across the West Midlands and beyond in developing services or technologies with potential for impact on climate change.
The Birmingham Energy Institute would like to congratulate the Faraday Institution's Recycling of lithium-ion Batteries (ReLiB) project on securing a further £4.8 million in funding.
Dr Paul Anderson and Dr Gavin Harper speak to BBC News about the need for a high-tech recycling industry to manage the end of life for electric vehicle batteries.
The UK must act now to ensure a stable supply of technology-critical metals (TCMs) essential for its transition to clean energy, according to a new Policy Commission report produced by the University of Birmingham.
The UK's capacity for electrical energy storage is projected to increase up to ten times by 2050, without adequate preparation, the rapid expansion of storage technologies could obstruct progress to a net-zero society.