University of Birmingham invests in Tyseley Energy Park

May 29, 2018 |

In the UK, University of Birmingham announced that it has invested GBP2.5 million in the Tyseley Energy Park (TEP) to work towards overcoming challenges such as energy poverty and poor air quality in the West Midlands.

The West Midlands region faces severe energy business and social challenges; energy poverty is the worst in the UK; there is a high concentration of intensive manufacturing; poor quality air and areas of electricity grid constraint.

Tyseley Energy Park, developed by Webster and Horsfall’s 300-year-old manufacturing business, is set to become the energy and waste nexus for the city of Birmingham, showing how novel energy technologies can form an innovative industrial ecology. It will help shape the way the City of Birmingham develops infrastructure for renewable heat and power, energy storage, clean transport fuels in combination with advanced waste processing.

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