resources Research & academia

HEIs, research institutes and research and technology organisations with expertise in cleantech sectors

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    Centre for Greening Finance and Investment

    Led by the University of Oxford, with physical hubs in Leeds and London, CGFI will support companies and start-ups commercialise products that can green global finance.

  • Air quality

    CO2RE Removal Hub

    CO2RE is a multi-disciplinary, multi-centre national research hub on Greenhouse Gas Removal. It conducts research, co-ordinates demonstration projects around the UK, connects to other relevant national and international programmes, and commissions grants through a flexible fund.

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    UCL Energy Institute

    Part of the part of The Bartlett, University College London's faculty of the built environment, delivering learning, research and policy support on the challenges of climate change and energy security.

  • Energy efficient buildings

    University of Brunel – Energy and Built Environment

    The Centre for Energy and Built Environment Research group (CEBER) conducts research on ways to use energy resources efficiently and reduce the environmental impacts of energy consuming equipment and buildings.

  • Clean energy

    Valuable Batteries

    Led by HSSMI the project aims to produce a end-of-life lithium supply chain by reusing, remanufacturing and recycling automotive batteries.

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    SOAS Centre for Sustainable Finance

    Interdisciplinary research hub bringing together expertise in sustainable and climate-related finance and its role in transitioning the world to a low-carbon, resilient and equitable future.

  • Climate adaptation: flooding

    South East and London Water Alliance

    Academic network to educate, influence, convene and share expertise around water research.

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    Sustainability Research Institute

    The University of East London's SRI, works with industry, government and public agencies to enable changes in physical infrastructure and social capital that benefits the environment, and creates a carbon neutral society. Hosts a range of R&D facilities and lab space and in-situ demonstration sites for nature based solutions.

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    King’s Climate Hub

    King's College London's research hub bringing together cross-disciplinary expertise across physical and social science.

  • The Carbon Mark Project

    Imperial College-led partnership of world-leading organisations aiming to create an open-source global carboon foot-printing mechanism.