Cranfield University builds hydrogen plant in pursuit of technology that reduces emissions

The project will test a novel technology that could support large volumes of hydrogen production at a lower cost

Exclusive Energise 2020 virtual event launches for energy and procurement professionals this November

The UK’s leading business gas supplier, Gazprom Energy, analyses what’s next for the energy market, in this full day online event.

Coronavirus ‘poses no threat to the UK’s power grid’

That’s the suggestion from Professor Phil Hart, Director of Energy and Power at Cranfield University. who spoke to Energy Live News about the global pandemic and its potential effects on energy infrastructure

Coronavirus ‘poses no threat to the grid’

That’s the suggestion from Professor Phil Hart, Director of Energy and Power at Cranfield University, who spoke to Energy Live News about the global pandemic

Solar panels being installed at Cranfield University

They will produce one million kWh of electricity per year – enough to power 300 UK houses annually

Cranfield bids to close energy skills gap with environmental programmes

Cranfield University is boosting its commitment to filling the demand for qualified environmental specialists with the addition of two new masters programmes. The MSc Environmental Engineering and MSc Environmental Risk Management have been designed to meet the needs of businesses and organisations who wish to assess and manage environmental risk, and reach the forefront of […]

Algae could fuel planes, claim scientists

Scientists at Cranfield University believe that vast areas of algae grown close to airports could power air travel in the near future. British Airways and Airbus are among aviation giants backing a project at the university which is looking at ways to cultivate algae for commercial purposes. While airlines are improving their fuel efficiency by […]