The Energy Technologies Research Institute encompasses the energy portfolio of The University of Nottingham.
The University is a leading international centre for energy research, with a reputation for excellence across a broad range of technologies encompassing bioenergy, fossil energy, energy storage, advanced materials, the built environment, smart grids and the impact of human behaviour on energy use.
Collaborations with industry have resulted in licensing and spin-off activity and the development of national and global enterprise networks. As part of the strategy to further grow our internationally leading research programme, the University is investing in new energy technologies and bioenergy buildings.
Find out more about the energy themes and the exciting research being undertaken at the University.
We collaborate with industry, local businesses and partner organisations. Enquiries are welcomed.
Find out more about our extensive facilities and the test beds available for energy innovation.
The University of Nottingham is part of the Energy Research Accelerator
(ERA), a cross-disciplinary and multi-partner energy research hub in the Midlands. Other partners are: Aston University, the University of Birmingham, the British Geological Survey, Leicester University, Loughborough University and the University of Warwick. At the forefront of energy transformation, the Energy Research Accelerator (ERA) will tackle some of the biggest energy challenges facing the UK.