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

Cool change is coming and business needs to get ready
Clean Cold and Power / Climate Change / Cold Economy / Emissions / Policy / Research

Cool change is coming and business needs to get ready

The government has announced in the Budget that it will publish a call for evidence on the use of red diesel, especially in urban areas. Professor Toby Peters, Visiting Professor in Power and Cold Economy at the University of Birmingham argues that the refrigerated logistics industry needs to brace for change. The case for decisive … Continue reading

Energy Research Moves into a new ERA
Energy Research Accelerator (ERA)

Energy Research Moves into a new ERA

The Chancellor of the Exchequer’s pre-election budget on Wednesday 17 March signalled a real statement of intent to unleash the expertise locked up in the Midlands linked to manufacturing and leadership in energy related research and innovation.  It was also a signal that Government recognise the size of the challenge and opportunity connected with the transformation … Continue reading