Low Carbon Research Institute

The Institute was set up to unite and promote energy research in Wales, UK to help deliver a low carbon future. The multidisciplinary LCRI aims to support the energy sector, UK and globally, to develop low carbon generation, storage, distribution and end use technologies, and to offer policy advice.

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WEST Course: Fundamentals of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells

LCRI’s WEST project is to launch Fundamentals of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells, the first of their Hydrogen courses, in July. This course, which will be delivered completely online, has been designed by the Hydrogen team from the University of South Wales, and is aimed at individuals working or interested in expanding their knowledge of this area of research. Fundamentals of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells is a 1 credit CPD module, accredited to level 7 of the Credit and Qualifications Framework for Wales. The course is fully funded for people living or working within Welsh Convergence areas.
Post date: Thu, 17/07/2014 - 1:11pm
Author: SARMD1

LCRI in Aberdeen for All Energy 2014

LCRI’s Publicity Officer and LCRI Marine’s Industrial Liaison Officer attended All Energy 2014 in Scotland on the 21st and 22nd May. All Energy is the UK’s largest renewable energy event, which takes place in the Exhibition and Conference Centre in Aberdeen, the European Capital of Energy.
Post date: Thu, 17/07/2014 - 1:07pm
Author: SARMD1

LCRI Heads to China

In March 2014, Professor Phil Jones, Chair of the LCRI, travelled to China on a 9 day tour, as part of the Wales in China trade delegation, which including the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University, the Welsh Government, and several industry partners. The delegates also included Gary Davies, Director of European and External Affairs for Welsh Government.
Post date: Mon, 23/06/2014 - 3:24pm
Author: SARMD1

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