Translational Energy Research Centre (TERC)
The Translational Energy Research Centre (TERC) will form part of the University's newly launched Energy Institute, home to more than 300 academics. Researchers in the Energy Institute work with industry partners to find solutions to the biggest challenges facing the energy industry. Its research is interdisciplinary with innovation and collaboration at its heart. This enables researchers in the institute to provide sustainable solutions and advice for governments and the energy industry.
Minister for Energy and Clean Growth, Chris Skidmore MP, from the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), said: “Cutting edge technology to capture carbon will cut emissions as we work towards a net zero economy, while creating new jobs – a key part of our modern Industrial Strategy.
“The Translational Energy Research Centre represents a major milestone in efforts to rollout carbon capture at scale by the 2030s.”
Funded by £7 million from BEIS and £10 million from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the Translational Energy Research Centre will give global companies and new technology start-ups access to advanced testing facilities and the opportunity to collaborate with leading academics in low-carbon energy research. Through industrial and academic partnerships, companies will use the research centre to test, optimise and demonstrate their technologies at a commercial-scale.
Project Manager: Ian Longhorn, Department of Estates and Facilities Management
Contact: email@example.com, 0114 222 9046
Architects: Bond Bryan
Client: Professor Mohamed Pourkashanian, Head of University Energy Research, Energy Institute
Location: Sheffield City Region's Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District
Timescale: January - September 2020
6/2/2020: Soil moved off site and re heaped. Ground levels reduced and hardcore spread and compacted to building base and service yard area. Foundation excavations progressing to main building and concrete poured / steel anchor. Lift foundation base completed.
24/1/2020: We are excavating as well as spreading and compacting stone hardcore. The existing spoil heap is being moved off site and re piled; foundations to the main building are being excavated out.
January 2020: Construction starts on site.
May 2019: project currently out to tender for the main contractor
13/5/2019: Planning permission approved
19/2/2019: Plans submitted to Sheffield City Council for approval.
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Project enquiries: Contact Ian Longhorn, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0114 222 9046
General enquiries: The EFM Helpdesk will put you in touch with the right person: email@example.com / 0114 222 9000