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Technical visit

During the Powering Net Zero Week, join us on a *technical visit to explore the Tyseley Energy Park.

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You will have the opportunity to visit:

  • Birmingham Energy Innovation Centre, University of Birmingham’s R&D facility
  • The UK’s first low and zero carbon refuelling station and an EV charging hub
  • ‘The Works’ – a refurbished R&D and incubation facility hosting several spinouts and SMEs
  • ‘300 hundred years of innovation’ – a mini-museum dedicated to Webster & Horsfall’s history

Tyseley Energy Park (TEP) is an energy, waste and transport hub based in Birmingham, showcasing novel energy technologies as part of an innovative industrial ecology. It works to support low carbon technologies and develop the business models and infrastructure needed to support new approaches to clean energy.

Through collaborative partnerships with experts from academia, government, and industry, TEP develops infrastructure for renewable heat and power, energy storage, clean transport fuels and advanced waste processing.

Situated on the site of Webster & Horsfall, one of the oldest companies in Birmingham, TEP’s ambition is realised via its strategic partnership with the University of Birmingham and is steered by a group of 30 industrial and public sector stakeholders from across the region.

Transport will leave the conference venue at 9:30am on Friday 6 December. The visit will start at 10am and finish at 12pm. Transport will return to the conference venue for around 12:30pm.

*Please note spaces are limited.