The UK has a disproportionate number of the world’s leading universities and research institutions and the hydrogen and fuel cell field is no exception to the UK’s academic excellence.
We work in partnership with several of the UK’s leading universities, providing research equipment, supporting the spin out of new technologies and companies and training students and staff.
Through a number of collaborative projects we are also drawing on world-leading academic expertise to continually develop our own capabilities to apply to our services to clients.
Through our relationships with these research organisations we also have access to academic expertise and university facilities to support client projects.
Arcola Energy has worked with the both the Energy Technologies Research Institute and the Materials Research Group at the University of Nottingham.
We have a multi-faceted relationship with the Electrochemical Innovation Lab at UCL, supplying systems supporting STEM outreach and working with novel fuel cell technology
WMG specialise in power-train development and particularly battery energy storage, including a pilot battery manufacturing line.
We have developed a long term relationship with Imperial College working with the Energy Futures Lab and the Chemistry and Engineering Departments.