The Energy Institute at the University of Sheffield is finding low-carbon solutions to the world’s biggest energy challenges.
Energy Institute members to play vital role in new regional sustainability centre
The new South Yorkshire Sustainability Centre, announced yesterday, is to be supported by vital projects run by members of the Energy Institute.
Advanced Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell research rig, unique in the UK, arrives at the Translational Energy Research Centre
The Translational Energy Research Centre is now home to a state-of-the-art, low-carbon energy research rig which is the first of its kind in the UK. The fuel cell enables research into capturing carbon and producing both electricity and hydrogen.
Sheffield has head start in the race to 'decarbonise heat', EON-sponsored discussion hears
Dr Solomon Brown from the University of Sheffield's Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, discusses how the University is a national superpower for energy research with its Energy Institute and the recently announced SYSC.Published by the Sheffield Star
University of Sheffield to research UK take-up of greener hydrogen-based fuels
Energy Institute member Prof Rachael Rothman is part of a new consortium investigating how the UK could increase its use of hydrogen and alternative liquid fuels, as part of the country’s commitment to reaching Net Zero by 2050.