UK and China team up for energy storage systems

A UK University has teamed up with China to create a joint research institute for developing energy storage systems. The University of Leeds is working with the Chinese Academy of Sciences to focus on thermal and mechanical based energy storage systems. These new technologies are expected to overcome problems with other methods such as batteries […]

Nottingham appoints first sustainable energy professor

The University of Nottingham has appointed its first professor in Sustainable Energy Technologies. Gavin Walker, an expert in hydrogen storage, has taken up the post in the Faculty of Engineering. The university’s vice-chancellor David Greenaway said: “This key post and Professor Walker’s appointment is a significant addition to our research capabilities, building on our excellent […]