Together with more than 30 (inter)national parties, the North Sea Energy programme researches how the North Sea’s potential using an integrated approach can be utilized for a climate-neutral energy system. NSE not only investigates, but also initiates pilots and projects (e.g. PosHYdon) to test and demonstrate innovative concepts. (more…)
Collaboration is the cornerstone of Aura’s work. To deliver our mission we engage with academia, industry, NGOs, and national and local government. Focusing on five foundations set out in the Industrial Strategy to identify and break down technical, operational and economic barriers across the supply chain to deliver a cleaner world, a healthier economy and a better future.
The Battery LabFactory Braunschweig (BLB) is a research centre of the TU Braunschweig. We investigate and develop electrochemical storage devices from laboratory to pilot plant scale. With our research, we want to enable the sustainable circular production of battery cells. Hence, our research spectrum covers the entire value chain from material development, electrode and cell manufacturing to battery recycling.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a set of technologies that can reduce CO2 emissions across the economy - from industry, transport, and heat and power generation - preventing them from escalating climate change. SCCS is the largest CCS research group in the UK, providing a single point of coordination for CCS research, from capture engineering and geoscience to social perceptions and environmental impact through to law and petroleum economics.
CAT is an educational charity dedicated to researching and communicating positive solutions for environmental change. We speak to government and campaigners about policies that would help create a zero carbon Britain; we train students in all aspects of sustainability; we help schoolchildren to understand the importance of action on climate change; and we give advice to householders on what they can do in their own homes.
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