University of Aberdeen announces plans for Energy Transition Centre

The University of Aberdeen has announced its ambitions to create a new Centre for Energy Transition.

The centre will provide a focus for all areas of energy-related research, with an emphasis on supporting industry in the transition to clean energy and renewables.

“Our centre for energy transition will seek to embrace the opportunities that lie ahead for the region in a low-carbon future, supporting the sector in making the transition through research and teaching, while nurturing to support the shift to sustainable energy,” said Professor George Boyne, Principle at the University of Aberdeen.

Aberdeen has already demonstrated a huge shift towards clean energy, such as hydrogen, in recent months. In July (2019) Aberdeen submitted plans for hydrogen-powered homes, launched hydrogen-powered double decker buses, and announced its upcoming Hydrogen Festival which will take place from 30th September to 4th October (2019).

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