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Solar Energy Bio-Energy Carbon Capture & Storage

Energy Conversion & Storage Energy Utilisation in Buildings Oil & Gas

Heat Energy Energy Systems Energy Environment

 

Our Annual Report

Our Annual report details our main activities for 2015-16 and gives an update on our progress. There are also interesting case studies about our work with industry.  eViewer or PDF version

 

New Business Development Manager for Energy Systems

We are delighted to welcome Natasha Madeira back to the ETP team.

Natasha is ETP’s Business Development Manager for Energy Systems and is not new to ETP - her previous role was as the International Collaboration Manager for the European North Sea Energy Alliance (ENSEA) collaborative initiative. That role supported the development of European networks and projects relating to Energy Systems Integration (ESI) with the aim of increasing the proportion of renewable and low carbon energy sources in the energy system.

The new Energy Systems Business Development role will seek to build upon Natasha’s previous work and take forward many of the opportunities which it identified. Natasha worked as a Business Development Executive for Heriot-Watt University’s School of the Built Environment, prior to joining ETP. Before that, Natasha spent 9 years working as an environmental professional in a Scottish Environmental Consultancy in areas covering Environmental Policy, Sustainable Construction and Engineering, Waste Reduction, Water and Resource Management, Biodiversity and Strategic Environmental Assessment.

About ETP

The Energy Technology Partnership (ETP) is an alliance of twelve independent Scottish Universities, engaged in world class energy related Research, Development and Demonstration (RD&D).

ETP is the largest power and energy research partnership in Europe and promotes greater levels of collaboration between universities and industry to deliver unparalleled energy capability and core research strengths across a broad range of energy technologies but with a current focus on Wind Energy, Marine Energy, Grid, Power Systems & Networks, Solar Energy, Bio-Energy, Heat Energy, Energy Systems, Carbon Capture and Storage, Energy Conversion and Storage, Energy Utilisation in Buildings and Oil & Gas.

Coupled with research pooling, this provides an integrated energy technologies community that is providing strong leadership in the UK/EU/global energy arenas. The cohesion displayed by the Energy Technology Partnership is exemplary and provides a strong basis for collaboration with a wide variety of business, public sector and other partners. This has enabled ETP to build on its foundation of research excellence and increase its impact in the areas of Knowledge Exchange and Skills.

ETP’s network of Business Development Managers can share the emergent best practice between academia and industry and help Scottish SMEs identify the best possible support available.

ETP Emporium Event 2017

Join us on 31st May at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

By engaging with industry (including trade bodies), and public sector bodies during the course of this event, we will demonstrate the capabilities of academia, and identify avenues of cooperation that will support the development of the draft Energy Strategy. This will involve both theme sessions and one-to-one opportunities for knowledge exchange between industry and academics.

To find out more about this event click here

All Energy 2017

We are at All Energy at the SECC 10 - 11 May 2017. Please come and visit us at Stand G20. 

More here.

Look forward to seeing you there!

PEER/PECRE scheme

International exchange funding for PhD students and ECRs. Students now appointed and projects are set to get underway. Find out more here.

 

Knowledge Exchange

ETP for Industry
Business and Technology Support
Funding
Scottish Energy Laboratory
Industry Doctorates
Industry Case Studies
Knowledge Exchange Network

ETP for Academics

ETP for Academics
ENSEA Project

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