CPLAS exhibits at EPSRC engineering net zero week

We were delighted to take part in Net Zero week in Glasgow.

One of the goals of CPLAS is to investigate plasmo-catalysis for energy applications.

Between 20th and 24th June 2021, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) hosted an Engineering Net Zero Week, with an in-person festival between the 21st and 23rd, hosted at the new Advanced Research Centre at the University of Glasgow. CPLAS exhibited alongside colleagues from King’s College London.

Net Zero week was designed to showcase EPSRC-funded research that addresses the challenges linked to meeting 2050 net zero strategic targets, and was centred around four key themes:

  • towards net zero energy
  • solutions for a greener industry and urbanisation
  • our green future
  • delivering zero emissions transport and mobility solutions.

The event brought together researchers, industry leaders and policy makers together to reflect on and raise awareness of the EPSRC investments made in this space. It showed the response to the outcomes of COP26 and how EPSRC-supported research like and innovation can substantially contribute to net zero solutions.