Professor Michaela Kendall: No smoke without fire, how fuel cells and hydrogen change the atmosphere
Air Pollution / Climate Change / Emissions / Energy Economics / Fuel cells / Hydrogen & Fuel Cells / Low Carbon Energy / Uncategorized

Professor Michaela Kendall: No smoke without fire, how fuel cells and hydrogen change the atmosphere

Professor Michaela Kendall discusses how the use of fuel cells and hydrogen can change the atmosphere for the better. She also highlights the founding of the Midlands Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Network, a commercially-led, inclusive interest group which aims to consolidate the strengths of the hydrogen and fuel cell sector in the region. As everyone … Continue reading

UK and Brazilian universities unite to tackle major global problems
Climate Change / Energy storage / Global Goals / Policy / Research

UK and Brazilian universities unite to tackle major global problems

Omar Saeed, Project and Centre Manager for MANIFEST, at the Birmingham Centre for Energy Storage, University of Birmingham, discusses his recent trip to Sao Paulo, to explore the development of new collaborative research alliances between the UK and Brazil. On Monday 13 March 2017, academics and professional services staff from the University of Birmingham travelled … Continue reading

Is the humble fridge the key to meeting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals?
Clean Cold and Power / Cold Economy / Global Goals / Uncategorized

Is the humble fridge the key to meeting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals?

Is the humble fridge the key to meeting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals? Professor Toby Peters, Chair in Power and Cold Economy at the University of Birmingham, discusses… The article was originally featured in the University of Birmingham’s the Birmingham brief in January 2017. The clock is ticking on the most ambitious set of international … Continue reading

‘Nuclear is the only proven low-carbon option for providing electricity the UK needs’ states Lord Hutton
Birmingham Energy Institute events / Nuclear Energy / Policy

‘Nuclear is the only proven low-carbon option for providing electricity the UK needs’ states Lord Hutton

Lord John Hutton, Chairman of the Nuclear Industry Association discussed how Government and industry plan to deliver a stable market for nuclear energy infrastructure projects at the University of Birmingham on 9 November 2015. He informed students and guests at the prestigious energy lecture series that “without power, businesses cannot succeed and grow, and the … Continue reading

Queen’s Speech: New energy policies must not distract from environmental priorities
Policy

Queen’s Speech: New energy policies must not distract from environmental priorities

Dr Jonathan Radcliffe comments on the shift in energy policy emphasis from low carbon to energy security and economic growth in the Queen’s Speech to both Houses of Parliament on Wednesday 27th May 2015.  The Queen’s Speech reflects a shift in energy policy emphasis from low carbon to energy security and economic growth. These don’t have to … Continue reading