Researchers from SPECIFIC and COATED M2A programme at Swansea University have collaborated with the University of Bath to make a groundbreaking advancement in thermal storage research, developing a new efficient material that is easily scalable and can be sized and shaped to fit multiple applications.
SPECIFIC’s thermal storage research team has recently developed a new, much improved version of their heat storage material. As the UK experiences the first chill… Read More »Researchers Develop New and Improved Material for Heat Storage
In the first of our series of research webinars, we focused on our thermal heat storage work. Led by Dr Jon Elvins, our Thermal Storage… Read More »Thermal Storage Research Webinar Plus Q & A – What Did You Want to Know?
A new project involving Swansea University researchers and Tata Steel will investigate the potential for recovering waste heat from industry so it can be re-used.… Read More »Warmth not waste: new research will look at re-using waste heat from industry
FLEXISApp has just announced funding for MESH (Mobile Energy Storage as Heat), a partnership project between FLEXISApp, SPECIFIC and Tata Steel UK. MESH is a… Read More »Collaborative Thermal Energy Storage Research Project Towards Achieving Net Zero
This series of articles is a partnership between SPECIFIC, SUNRISE and the Active Building Centre. Our projects work with academic, industry and community partners in the UK and… Read More »Solar Heat Storage: Eliminating Gas Heating
A £6.5m grant has been awarded to pump naturally-heated water from an Caerau coal mine (Maesteg) and use it to heat 150 homes. The technology developed will pump water from a depth of 230m (750ft) which has been heated by the earth to about 20.6C (70F).