University of Nottingham unveils new £9m energy research building

The £9m Energy Technologies Building will research low-carbon innovations
Professor Gavin Walker opening the new Energy Technology Building Credit: ITV Central

The University of Nottingham today unveiled their new £9m Energy Technologies Building.

It will be used to research environmentally friendly technology which will reduce carbon emissions. They say it will also offer a hydrogen production and refuelling station.


First Hydrogen Filling Station

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