The UK must act now to ensure a stable supply of technology-critical metals (TCMs) essential for its transition to clean energy, according to a new Policy Commission report produced by the University of Birmingham.
The new Africa Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Cooling and Cold Chain (ACES) has taken a major step forward in Rwanda with a $3.5 (£2.4 million) million funding boost.
The University of Birmingham will build the UK's first re-manufacturing line for high-performance sintered rare earth magnets for use in electric vehicles, aerospace, renewable energy and low carbon technologies
Harnessing existing generation assets can enable Net Zero Carbon energy systems for regions and cities, modelling data confirms
Researchers working on the Faraday Institution ReLiB (Recycling and Reuse of Li-ion Batteries) project have completed the installation of new battery testing and storage facilities at the University of Birmingham.
The role of energy storage and the part it will play in helping the UK reach its net-zero targets on carbon emissions by 2050 has been set out in a roadmap drawn up by researchers at the University of Birmingham.
A new centre, designed to promote innovation in waste, energy, and low carbon vehicle systems has reached a key construction milestone with a topping out ceremony at Tyseley Energy Park.
A new project to develop cost-effective space cooling technologies powered by green technologies has been launched by a global consortium led by the University of Birmingham.
Professor Yulong Ding, Director of the Birmingham Centre for Energy Storage, has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering.
A new African Centre of Excellence for sustainable cooling and cold chain based in Rwanda will help get farmers' produce to market quickly and efficiently – reducing food waste, boosting profits and creating jobs.