The Energy & Bioproducts Research Institute (EBRI) at Aston University in Birmingham, develops and provides practical bioenergy, energy-from-waste, bioproducts and energy systems solutions for companies and local authorities in the UK and beyond.
In addition to academic research, the Energy & Bioproducts Research Institute provides support directly to businesses. EBRI helps organisations explore the growing low carbon markets and the opportunities they offer. This includes offering specialist support, cutting-edge technologies and bespoke events, including the highly acclaimed EBRI ‘Value from Waste’ Master Class.
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- Help available this autumn – low carbon challenge consultations 1 October 2020Is your business facing pressure from customers, investors and suppliers to be a credible player in the low carbon future? The post Help available this autumn – low carbon challenge consultations appeared first on EBRI.
- Showcase your low carbon solutions 1 October 2020Aston’s Green team is looking for the best sustainable solutions for the campus Aston University’s Sustainability team, who are responsible for the carbon footprint of our campus are inviting suppliers of innovative, low carbon products and services to get in touch. The post Showcase your low carbon solutions appeared first on EBRI.
- Book a 30 minute consultation at no cost to your business 4 September 2020As customer demand for low carbon goods and services is rising, it is becoming increasingly important for suppliers to demonstrate their carbon footprint. The post Book a 30 minute consultation at no cost to your business appeared first on EBRI.
- Low carbon business opportunities – help from EBRI 29 May 2020
- New government report on bioenergy with carbon capture and storage 16 March 2020Researchers from the Supergen Bioenergy Hub have contributed to a new report on BECCS (bioenergy with carbon capture and storage) from the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST). The post New government report on bioenergy with carbon capture and storage appeared first on EBRI.