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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- Biochar Workshop for businesses – date announced 13 September 2023
- EBRI appears on BBC Midlands Today 14 August 2023
- Could the centuries old science of biochar help to restore the River Wye and bring millions to the West Midlands economy? 10 August 2023This morning our Director of Engagement at EBRI, Tim Miller, appeared live on BBC radio in a very topical discussion about river pollution, chicken muck, pyrolysis and the part biochar can play in river restoration, as well as adding value to the economy. The post Could the centuries old science of biochar help to restore the […]
- EBRI’s business support boosts the low carbon economy during challenging times 27 July 2023An independent study has forecast that the work of Aston University’s Energy & Bioproducts Research Institute (EBRI) will generate over £23 million gross value added (GVA) for the West Midlands economy over the next two years. The post EBRI’s business support boosts the low carbon economy during challenging times appeared first on EBRI.
- EBRI at West Midlands Innovation Accelerator Launch 13 July 2023Tim Miller, Director of Engagement at the Energy and Bioproducts Research Institute (EBRI) was invited to present the Biochar Clean Tech Accelerator project to over 200 business and stakeholders at the regional launch of the West Midlands Innovation Accelerator held on 12 July at the STEAMhouse in Central Birmingham. The post EBRI at West Midlands […]