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.


Hydrogen Energy Systems

Marine energy


Low or Zero Carbon Built Environment

Large Scale Power Generation

Low Carbon Transitions and Policy

Graduate School

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LCRI Annual Conference 2014 Low Carbon Policy to Practice

The conference this year will be held at the SWALEC Stadium in Cardiff on Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th November.

Keynote speakers will include, Kevin Bygate, Chief Executive Officer, SPECIFIC, Professor Geoff Hammond, Bath University, Professor David Thomas, Director of the NRN for Low Carbon, Energy and the Environment and Dr Emyr Roberts, Natural Resources Wales.

This will be an opportunity to hear from each of our projects, to learn in-depth information into our research and progress, as well as to understand the work of the larger LCRI as a whole.

Post date: Wed, 15/10/2014 - 3:17pm
Author: SARMD1

WEST Course: Wave Energy Conversion

LCRI’s WEST project will soon be launching Wave Energy Conversion, the first of their Marine energy courses. This course, will be delivered via blended learning, with a combination of on-line and face-to-face sessions. It has been designed by the LCRI’s Marine team based in Swansea University, and is aimed at individuals interested in expanding their knowledge of the Marine energy industry.
Post date: Fri, 15/08/2014 - 10:22am
Author: SARMD1

WEST Course: The Nature of Fuels

LCRI’s WEST project will be hosting The Nature of Fuels, the latest Large Scale Power Generation course, on 5th August at Cardiff University’s School of Engineering. This face to face session has been designed by the Large Scale Power Generation team from Cardiff University’s School of Engineering, and is aimed at individuals working or interested in working in the field of combustion.
Post date: Mon, 04/08/2014 - 1:24pm
Author: SARMD1


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