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Jon Gluyas gives Oral evidence to Parliamentary Select Committee on Hydrogen Storage

Professor Jon Gluyas was invited by the UK Parliament House of Commons Science and Technology Committee to provide evidence on Hydrogen Storage for their inquiry into The role of Hydrogen in achieving Net Zero.
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Joanna Berry interviewed by Power Technology on EU energy policy

DEI Director Joanna Berry interviewed for Power Technology Magazine analysis article 'EU energy policy: world-leading, insufficient, or both?'
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Green Light for Innovative Energy Scheme in South Tyneside

Abandoned coal mines in South Tyneside are set to create a ground-breaking renewable energy scheme which will cut annual carbon dioxide emissions by hundreds of tonnes.
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Ian Ritchey appointed Honorary Professor at Durham University

DEI is delighted to announce the appointment of Ian Ritchey as Honorary Professor in the Department of Engineering in association with Durham Energy Institute. Ian was formerly Group Chief Engineer at Rolls-Royce, and has a distinguished track record and extensive network of contacts in the Aerospace, Defence, Marine and Energy sectors. He is currently a Non-Executive Director at Tekmar Group, and an advisor to several engineering and technology businesses.
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DEI Podcast: Interview with Andrew Price, Business Development Manager, Clean Power Research

DEI Director Dr Joanna Berry speaks with Durham MBA graduate, Andrew Price. Following his MBA Andrew worked for Nissan Europe on their Electric Vehicle deployment and now works at Clean Power Research.
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Videos of DEI 3 Minute Thesis competition

The student presentations for DEI's 3 Minute Thesis competition 2021 are now available to view on our Youtube channel including the winning entry by Masters student Georgina Hatch for her presentation on 'Virtual Power Plants and their role in avoiding an energy crisis'.
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Church of England announce new project with DEI to support ambitious decarbonisation targets

The Church of England will be supported in their ambitious aim of achieving net-zero carbon by 2030 through a new partnership with Durham Energy Institute (DEI).
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Economic Feasibility of hydrogen fuelled transportation

New research funded by network to explore the Economic Feasibility of Hydrogen Fuelled Transportation.
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Bringing Defence Simulation Training Technology to Offshore Wind

Immersive technology company VRAI awarded Offshore Wind Growth Partnership funding with Durham University Energy Institute in England’s North East
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UK offshore oil and gas: continuity or transition in a ‘net-zero basin’?

A comment piece by Professor Gavin Bridge for UK Energy Research Centre exploring whether the tension between the need for rapid decarbonisation and the UK government's historic promotion of oil and gas exploration and production can be resolved.
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DEI helps to secure future for Redhills 'pitman's parliament'

The Pitman’s Parliament, Durham Miners Association, has been awarded a life-saving grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund paving the way for its renewal as a centre for culture, heritage and education.

New Master of Energy Systems Management

DEI are pleased to announce we have launched a new Master of Energy Systems Management (MESM) programme, starting in September 2021, and it is already receiving a great response!
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