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By combining cutting edge research in these areas with expertise across Lancaster and beyond, Energy Lancaster is working in partnership with global organisations in the development and management of secure and sustainable energy supplies in support of the world's energy needs.
Amanda Lyne (Managing Director, UlemCo Ltd): How hydrogen and fuel cell technology can ensure that the UK delivers the most cost effective transition to our future decarbonised energy systemFriday 03 March 2017, 11:30
Emma Kendrick (Warwick University): Sodium ion Batteries; materials to devices.Friday 17 March 2017, 11:30
Lancaster hosts one of the UK’s strongest university-based nuclear centres with internationally recognised capabilities in nuclear safety and policy, radiation detection and safeguards, control and robotics, decommissioning and waste management, nuclear process chemistry, and environmental behaviour.
Our energy demand research focuses on understanding what energy is for and the dynamics of how that is changing. We take a distinctive approach to end-use energy demand, recognising that energy is not used for its own sake but as part of accomplishing social practices at home, at work and in moving around.
Energy Storage Group
A dedicated group of researchers, students and professional are working to unleash the true potential of energy storage. The aim of the group is to contribute to the advancement of sustainable energy transmission.
Renewable Energy Group
The Renewable Energy Group (LUREG) carries out research into conversion of energy from natural sources, including waves, tides, wind and all associated fluid machinery.