Warwick's Global Research Priorities (GRP) responds through research to global challenges, to focus Warwick’s world-class, multidisciplinary research on key areas of international significance, by bringing together scholarly expertise from across faculties and departments.
The School of Engineering is a key player in the Energy GRP.
Pictured right: a student works with the Steady State Sun Simulator (SUSI)
Key Research Areas
- Electrical Power
- Sustainable Thermal Energy Technologies
- Fire and Explosions
- Silicon Photovoltaics
- Sustainable Fuel Production
- Harsh Environment Electronics
Other areas under development
- Battery and fuel cell technology
- Energy Harvesting
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Funding success for electrical smart grid research. Read more...
Warwick spin-out features in Engineering and Technology Magazine. Read more...