Construction has begun at a new University of Birmingham sustainable energy research and innovation centre based at Tyseley Energy Park. This will promote innovation in waste, energy and low carbon vehicle systems across the West Midlands.
Recent evidence has shown that the areas with the poorest air quality are seeing the highest levels of Covid-19 fatalities. David Horsfall explains why we cannot afford to return to a pre-pandemic ‘business as usual’ scenario when lockdown restrictions are lifted.
Birmingham Energy Institute and Tyseley Energy Park develop new incubator space to support Energy Businesses
The Birmingham Energy Institute has partnered with Tyseley Energy Park to offer an integrated package of support that will drive business growth amongst low-carbon energy businesses.
Following our successful litter-pick on Thursday 17 April Councillor Zafar Iqbal, Tyseley Energy Park (TEP) and Keep Britain Tidy (KBT) are planning to tackle the Lost World once again on 25 July.
Motor Transport is hosting a second Birmingham Clean Air Roadshow on 10 October to provide vital information and support to HGV and van operators ahead of the city’s Clean Air Zone roll-out.