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Efficient Fossil
Energy Technologies

“The engineering graduate must be better equipped to take a leading role in identifying issues and designing solutions to local, national and global challenges affecting society and the world around us, without compromising their technical education.”

Professor Dame Julia Higgins
Former chair of EPSRC

Nottingham University's Energy Technology Research Institute specifically heads up carbon abatement in fossil energy production from which a world class industrial doctoral centre in clean fossil energy and carbon capture and storage has arisen.

Both Universities of Loughborough and Nottingham are producing leading technologies in terms of increased efficiency in power generation from fossil fuels.

The Universities of Loughborough and Birmingham appear to be the leading universities developing high temperature and high pressure materials and technologies for new generation coal-based power plants of the future. 

Report of the International Panel for the RCUK Review of Energy 2010

Download a PDF of the EngD Centre Newsletter October 2013 (1.40 MB)