An initiative designed to put the Midlands at the forefront of hydrogen innovation was formally launched this week at the House of Lords, to an audience of MPs, peers, businesses, academics and senior civil servants.
ERA partners, University of Birmingham and Tyseley Energy Park are part of a £6.7 million BEIS funded project to operate the world's most efficient ammonia to hydrogen conversion unit.
Fifteen universities from across the Midlands have come together to add their weight to the Midlands Fossil to Fusion campaign to bring the UK’s first fusion power plant to West Burton A, near Retford in Nottinghamshire.
Our Director, Professor Martin Freer welcomes the government's energy security strategy, but asks that the ambitions are matched by the appropriate level of funding.
ERA and partners across the Midlands, are collaborating to position the region as a world leader in the development and use of hydrogen as an alternative fuel.
A new programme called 'HyDEX' has been launched which is designed to support and foster and creation of a new hydrogen economy in the UK’s Midlands.
Clean, hydrogen powered heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) could become a reality on UK roads now that a regional bid has successfully attracted funding from the Department for Transport’s Zero Emission Road Freight programme.