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Pioneering new research could pave the way for solar energy to be converted into household electricity more cheaply than ever before.
A low carbon heating project involving the University of Exeter has been awarded a Government research grant to carry out feasibility work to create a UK-first community-wide energy scheme.
CEMPS research has been rated as world-leading or internationally excellent in the first assessment of the research quality of UK universities since 2008, the Research Excellence Framework (REF).
Exeter students are helping a family-run Cornish business reduce their carbon footprint by embracing the renewables revolution.
The University of Exeter has today received a £5 million funding boost to create its next generation of world-class science facilities.
Renewable Energy students from the Penryn Campus have heard how important the sector is to the South West’s economy, during a recent study trip to local solar and wind farms.
A consortium of marine renewable energy experts across higher education, research and industry have joined together to establish a ‘network of excellence’ for the south of the country.
New guidance to protect large marine animals from UK marine renewable energy development has been put forward in a ground-breaking new report
The College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences recently hosted the 2014 Undergraduate Research Conference take place, giving students a chance to present their work to a multi-disciplinary audience.
A team of intrepid teenagers is celebrating after winning a national competition designed to help kick-start a renewables revolution - using nothing but basic household objects.
A 12-strong team of students from the Penryn Campus, near Falmouth have competed in the prestigious Shell Eco-marathon competition.
Pioneering research could provide a significant boost in the vital quest to harness wave power as a viable renewable energy source for the future.
A new £5.5 million facility at the Penryn Campus will provide another home for the University of Exeter Business School, Marine Renewables team, and growing Centre for Ecology and Conservation (CEC).
Hard-pressed consumers could miss out on benefits delivered by revolutionary energy smart grids unless they are clearly publicised and explained, a ground-breaking new study has said.
The key challenges faced when adopting new technologies to adapt carbon neutral energy generation and improve our energy distribution systems are the focus of a series of community research talks.