An EU-backed scheme is set to aid companies across the West Midlands profit from bioenergy and thermal technologies.

The £1.37mn three-year plan has been created by the European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI) at Aston University and will help firms to make the most of new technical and commercial opportunities from various ground-breaking low-carbon sources.

EBRI project lead Tim Miller said: “We can help businesses take advantage of our expertise on how, for instance, to turn waste products into energy, to produce new high-value materials from waste which can then be commercialised, as well as to manage their own energy use and generation better, using advanced control systems to optimise heating, cooling and electricity.”

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