Professor John Loughhead - Birmingham Energy Institute
Lord Hutton speaks at the Birmingham Energy Institute
Professor Sir David King - Distinguished Lecture
University of Birmingham and Fraunhofer joint research platform launch
Strength in Common: A Just Transition and Recovery in a Post-COVID World, July 2021
The Birmingham Energy Institute has partnered with Places in Common to produce a report that explores how we can harness the assets of East Birmingham and connect communities to deliver the system change needed to drive net zero, economic resilience and recovery in a post-COVID world.
Strength in Common: A Just Transition and Recovery in a Post-COVID World (PDF 53MB)
Hydrogen as a component of City Development report, March 2020
The Hydrogen as a component of City Development report estimates that green hydrogen can be competitive with diesel (for transport) at a utilisation factor of 50% and at an average cost per megawatt/hour of between £35 and £55 (dependent on electrolysis technology used).
The study found there are some strong cases for the acceleration of hydrogen-based infrastructure in cities and explored different ways to increase the amount of hydrogen being developed at Tyseley Energy Park.
Hydrogen as a component of City Development report (PDF)
Digital Manufacturing for Cleanteach report, December 2019
Digital Manufacturing for Cleantech report (PDF)
Connected Clusters report, August 2019
Connected Clusters report (PDF)
Power to the People report, June 2019
Power to the People report (PDF - 1.6 MB)
Birmingham Energy Institute brochure
Birmingham Energy Institute brochure (PDF)
The future of nuclear energy in the UK report, July 2012
The future of nuclear energy in the UK (PDF)
Sustainability and commission report, February 2015
Sustainability and commission report (PDF)