Students from University of Wales Trinity St David’s School of Architecture and Built Environment were treated to an in-depth tour of the construction process behind the UK’s first energy positive office building.
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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
Congratulations to Jenny Baker on being awarded a £1.3M, 5-year Early Career Research Fellowship by EPSRC to pursue her research in sustainable manufacturing of solid… Read More »CONGRATS TO JENNY BAKER ON HER EPSRC FELLOWSHIP!
[Article written by Kevin Sullivan, Swansea University Press Office] A new 3-D printed thermoelectric device, which converts heat into electric power with an efficiency factor… Read More »Turning Waste Heat into Electrical Power: 3D Printed Device Could Help Cut Energy Bills and Carbon
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[By Adrian Walters, IP & Project Manager for SUNRISE] Background: In 2017 the photovoltaic groups at Swansea University (SPECIFIC IKC) and CINVESTAV, Merida were awarded a Newton Fund grant, funded by… Read More »Assessing the Viability of Producing PV instead of Textiles
The 16 homes, on the site of a former care home, have been designed to maximise solar gain and will use a combination of innovative… Read More »Construction starts on homes that will generate, store & release their own energy