The University of Birmingham’s brand new £8.5m sustainable energy and innovation centre opened on July 19 at Tyseley Energy Park in Birmingham, UK – and H2 View was on site earlier this week to get the full insight into the hydrogen and fuel cell research undertaken there.
Designed to promote innovation in waste, energy and low carbon vehicle systems, the Birmingham Energy Innovation Centre (BEIC) will focus particularly on hydrogen and fuel cells, energy storage, magnet and battery recycling, and converting waste to fuels and energy.
Working with existing energy and transportation system stakeholders, the BEIC will stimulate collaborative research and development projects to overcome local energy and low carbon transport challenges, demonstrating new and emerging technologies.
Innovations developed at the Centre will spin out into the city and region, as well as national and international markets.
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