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EPSRC Support by Research Area in Hydrogen and Alternative Energy Vectors

Research areas are used to describe EPSRC's portfolio of excellent long term research and high quality postgraduate training.

Grants are classified using one or more research areas. All the grants listed below have some relevance to this research area. The value of the investment is the total awarded by EPSRC and does not reflect the proportion assigned to this research area.

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Grant TitlePrincipal
Investigator
OrganisationDepartmentTotal Grant
Value (£)
2-D materials as the next generation membranes in hydrogen generation and low temperature fuel cells.Holmes, Dr SUniversity of Manchester, TheChem Eng and Analytical Science 489,657
Doctoral Training Centre in Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and their ApplicationsKendall, Professor KUniversity of BirminghamChemical Engineering 5,542,953
Electrochemical conversion of nitrogen to ammonia-experimental and theoretical studies- Early Energy Catalysts Calls (2)Tsang, Professor SUniversity of OxfordOxford Chemistry 94,965
Engineering Safe and Efficient Hydride-Based TechnologiesGrant, Professor DMUniversity of NottinghamFaculty of Engineering 1,208,511
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Fuel Cells and their Fuels - Clean Power for the 21st CenturySteinberger-Wilckens, Professor RUniversity of BirminghamChemical Engineering 4,416,324
Flexible Routes to Liquid Fuels from CO2 by Advanced Catalysis and EngineeringRosseinsky, Professor MUniversity of LiverpoolChemistry 1,804,265
Hybrid Nanoporous Adsorption / High-pressure Gas Hydrogen Storage TanksMays, Professor TUniversity of BathChemical Engineering 924,617
Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Supergen HubBrandon, Professor NPImperial College LondonEarth Science and Engineering 4,100,955
Hydrogen's value in the energy system (HYVE)Ekins, Professor PUCLBartlett Sch of Env, Energy & Resources 700,396
Integrated anode-less PEM fuel cells (iaPEM-FC) - beyond hydrogenTorrente Murciano, Dr LUniversity of CambridgeChemical Engineering and Biotechnology 498,835
Integrated safety strategies for onboard hydrogen storage systemsMakarov, Dr DUniversity of UlsterSch of Built Environment 970,514
Ionic Liquid Electrolytes for Intermediate Temperature ElectrolysersScott, Professor KNewcastle UniversityChemical Engineering & Advanced Material 291,240
Ionic Liquid Electrolytes for Intermediate-Temperature ElectrolysersWalsh, Dr DAUniversity of NottinghamSch of Chemistry 446,260
Low carbon jet fuel through integration of novel technologies for co-valorisation of CO2 and biomassMaroto-Valer, Professor MMHeriot-Watt UniversitySch of Engineering and Physical Science 1,800,518
Newton Fund: Practical hydrogen fuelled vehicles for ChinaCooper, Professor AUniversity of LiverpoolChemistry 427,527
NWaste2H2- H2 Production by Reforming Bio-methane with Nitrogen Rich Waste StreamsDupont, Dr VUniversity of LeedsChemical and Process Engineering 202,491
Real-Time H2 Purification and Monitoring for Efficient and Durable Fuel Cell VehiclesGuo, Professor ZXUCLChemistry 1,005,821
Reducing the Cost and Prolonging the Durability of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Systems by in-situ Hydrogen Purification and Technology Hybridization (HyFCap)Guo, Professor ZXUCLChemistry 1,442,362
Renewable Hydrogen: Simultaneous Storage of Biorenewable Energy and Carbon DioxideNajdanovic, Dr VLancaster UniversityEngineering 186,134
Reusing existing ship structures for large capacity wave energy conversion (RESWEC)Trarieux, Dr FCranfield UniversitySchool of Water, Energy and Environment 48,058
Temperature and Alkali Stable Polymer Electrolytes for Hydrogen and Carbon Dioxide Alkaline ElectrolysersVarcoe, Professor JRUniversity of SurreyChemistry 353,147
Temperature and Alkali Stable Polymer Electrolytes for Hydrogen and Carbon Dioxide Alkaline ElectrolysersScott, Professor KNewcastle UniversityChemical Engineering & Advanced Material 301,236
Ultra-small Metal Particles for the Storage and Conversion of CO2, CH4 and H2Szilagyi, Dr P AUniversity of GreenwichPharm., Chem. & Environmental Sci., FES 100,297
Utilisation of Solar Energy and Electrocatalytic Processes for the Low Energy Conversion of CO2 to Fuels and ChemicalsCatlow, Professor RCardiff UniversityChemistry 1,296,214
Waste water re-mediation and power generation using an electrochemical deviceKucernak, Professor AImperial College LondonDept of Chemistry 152,192

Total Number of Grants: 25
Total Value of Grants: £28,805,489

The grant value may include the cost of access to facilities (these funds are not awarded to the grant holding organisation).