The Energy Institute at the University of Sheffield is finding low-carbon solutions to the world’s biggest energy challenges.
Sustainable aviation fuels to be driven by new Boeing and University of Sheffield partnership
Boeing has become the founding member of the University of Sheffield’s new Energy Innovation Centre to drive the development of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF)
Exploring green hydrogen potential for Sheffield’s steelmakers at TERC in partnership with E.ON
The Translational Energy Research Centre is part of a new study to assess the feasibility of using green hydrogen as a green alternative fuel for industrial steelmaking processes.
Exciting PhD projects underway thanks to Energy Institute studentships
Earlier this year, the Energy Institute awarded two PhD studentships to projects which were aiming to tackle some of the most pressing energy challenges, and were interdisciplinary. Find out more about these projects from the students themselves.
Improving the sustainability of agricultural waste for family farms in rural Colombia
A project between the University of Sheffield and the Industrial University of Santander in Colombia has produced a new way of re-using agricultural waste so that rural farmers can produce their own heat and energy.