SPECIFIC’s most recent Active Building demonstration is a rail-approved platform waiting shelter. The shelter has been installed at the Solar Heat Energy Demonstrator (SHED) site and is… Read More »Transforming Transport: the UK’s first Active Rail Shelter
A solar tech lab at Swansea University has temporarily switched to producing 5000 litres of hand sanitiser a week, to help the NHS fight the Coronavirus outbreak.
Making solar modules is not like making single solar cells. When working on single cells, the main parameters that should be optimised include the power… Read More »Novel scribing method for carbon perovskite solar modules
Having been running for 3 years, the Energy Storage System (ESS) in The Active Classroom is now being renewed to meet fresh challenges such as new electric vehicle charging ports, Demand Side Response projects, and energy sharing with its sister building, The Active Office.
The UK has made significant progress in decarbonising the economy – overall emissions have fallen by 40% since 1990 and almost half our electricity came… Read More »Achieving Net Zero: An Issue for Government, Industry and Consumers.
The national St David Awards scheme recognises and celebrates the exceptional achievements of people from all walks of life in Wales. Dave’s contribution to Wales… Read More »Professor Dave Worsley Shortlisted for Government Award
Steel is the core product in manufacturing, national infrastructure and high-tech 21st century industries such as electric vehicles and Active Buildings. It is the most… Read More »Developing New Functional Coatings for 21st Century Steel
The Research & Innovation Awards celebrate the outstanding research and collaborations that are undertaken at Swansea University, and the enormous impact these are having across… Read More »Dr Jenny Baker Wins Research and Innovation Award