Birmingham Energy Incubation Hub

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The Birmingham Energy Incubation Hub offers an integrated package of support to drive business growth amongst low-carbon energy businesses.

This exciting, new initiative based at Tylsely Energy Park has been developed in partnership with the University of Birmingham’s Energy Institute SME Engagement Programme, ATETA.

The aim of the new energy incubation hub is to bring together the office and workshop space available at TEP with and the energy expertise and research facilities of the University of Birmingham. Businesses that become a part of this hub will drive transformational change in the generation, and use of clean power and heat.

The hub has various industrial units available to let ranging from 1,000 sq ft (93 sq m)to 15,000 sq ft (1394 sq m), there is also office accommodation to let ranging from 500 sq ft (46.5 sq m) to 3000sq ft (279 sq m) in a refurbished 1800 century Mill.

Businesses based in the Birmingham Energy Incubation Hub will benefit from the following:

  • Workshop and office space
  • One to One technical and mentoring partnership with a relevant, world-leading researchers from the University of Birmingham
  • Secure renewable power from the on site biomass power station
  • On-site toolroom and tool maker
  • Access to University of Birmingham laboratory facilities for testing and analytical services
  • Funding advice to identify opportunities for collaborative R&D
  • Representation on Tyseley Energy Park quarterly co-creation group meetings
  • Invitation to workshops on energy technology and business development
  • Expert advice from a dedicated Energy Technology Experts focused on your business need

Register your interest to become a part of the Birmingham Energy Incubation Hub and ultimately a part of the new energy revolution by completing the enquiry form below.

What are the Birmingham Energy Institute (BEI) and the ATETA project?

The BEI is a research institute at the University of Birmingham that pools energy research and engagement activity from a number of engineering and social science disciplines across the University.  This allows us to address complex challenges with an integrated and interdisciplinary approach. It also allows us to tackle industrial and societal challenges across a broad range of technology needs.

The ATETA project offers funded support from the BEI across a range of technical disciplines. The project enables businesses to access world-class expertise and laboratory facilities for testing and evaluation. ATETA, though the partnership with Tyseley Energy Park will allow new businesses the incubator space, technical and business support that maximise opportunity is a collaborative and creative environment.