The Energy & Bioproducts Research Institute (EBRI) at Aston University in Birmingham, develops and provides practical bioenergy, energy-from-waste, bioproducts and energy systems solutions for companies and local authorities in the UK and beyond.
In addition to academic research, the Energy & Bioproducts Research Institute provides support directly to businesses. EBRI helps organisations explore the growing low carbon markets and the opportunities they offer. This includes offering specialist support, cutting-edge technologies and bespoke events, including the highly acclaimed EBRI ‘Value from Waste’ Master Class.
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- Birmingham and Solihull businesses invited to trial new climate change technology 8 November 2021• Ten businesses within the Greater Birmingham and Solihull areas to be picked to live trial new biochar technology to help combat climate change. The post Birmingham and Solihull businesses invited to trial new climate change technology appeared first on EBRI.
- New Biochar technology installed by EBRI to combat climate change in Birmingham 27 October 2021• New Urban Biochar greenhouse gas reduction and Sustainable Materials Demonstrator now installed at horticultural nursery site on outskirts of Birmingham • The project is being delivered by the Energy and Bioproducts Research Institute (EBRI) based at Aston University after being granted Local Growth Fund (LGF) funding from the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise […]
- New EBRI Master Class – dates & venues announced 15 October 2021
- Certainly Wood – new case study 12 October 2021Dry firewood is one of the most environmentally friendly fuels. It is a sustainable renewable energy and virtually carbon neutral.¹ The post Certainly Wood – new case study appeared first on EBRI.
- Director of EBRI, Professor Patricia Thornley elected Fellow of The Royal Academy of Engineering 27 September 2021