Imperial College London - working with business to improve energy interfaces

Imperial College London has launched a £12m partnership with Shell and Diamond Light Source to help energy systems transition to net zero pollution by 2050. The EPSRC Prosperity Partnership, known as InFUSE, will examine how technologies like batteries, electric vehicles, chemical production, and carbon capture and storage (CCS) can be improved by understanding interfaces in these systems, enhancing sustainability and enabling a transition to a green economy. InFUSE will look at these interfaces across Shell’s business units: in grid-scale battery systems, lubricants for use in electric vehicles, new catalysts for producing sustainable chemicals, and how best to store captured carbon underground.

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