Event: Birmingham Workshop - Liquid Air - "A Here Now" Zero Emissions Solution for Grid and Transport Applications?

12th March 2014, 12:00pm

Birmingham City Council, Council House, Victoria Square, Birmingham 

The University of Birmingham and the Liquid Air Energy Network are hosted a roundtable workshop to explore the potential for Birmingham City and Region, its bus fleet operators, hospitals and the local businesses to utilize the benefits of a joined-up "Liquid Air Economy" as part of the UK's transition to a low carbon economy.

The aim was to consider how Liquid Air technologies can deliver key wins for Birmingham and the Midlands by way of reducing carbon emissions, supporting economic growth and improving uality of life. Within these objectives we want to consider how we can improve air quality and reduce noise by cutting down emissions from both transport and static generation.


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