The Development of Tyseley Energy Park (TEP) is changing. This year the site will be introducing new developments and support programmes that can offer your business expert advice; power, heat and transportation solutions; new business opportunities while also identifying ways to improve your bottom line through energy and waste savings.
Ahead of the University’s Annual Meeting the Birmingham Energy Institute is delighted to invite you to a networking session to discuss the current challenges and opportunities facing the energy sector over coffee and a cake.
During this session Malcolm Grimston, a scientific author, and a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Energy Policy and Technology at Imperial College London, will discuss public engagement on nuclear power.
An automated, self-contained miniature factory, developed by the Universities of Birmingham and Loughborough in partnership with the Manufacturing Technology Centre, is set to help SMEs access the next generation of manufacturing techniques.
This conference will explore at all aspects of the commercialisation of the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell sector. The agenda will include featured presentations from a range of manufacturers, policy makers and users of the technology.