All energy research case studies
There is a broad range of energy related research done at Imperial College London. We have collected case studies from across the university to showcase the people doing the work.
How to make energy work for the UK’s future.
New research is looking at the impact various combinations of technologies could have on cost, emissions reductions and energy security for the UK.
Power from pond scum.
Hydrogen is probably the cleanest fuel that can be used to power vehicles and generate electricity. Now researchers at Imperial College London are looking at using green algae to efficiently, and sustainably, produce hydrogen using sunlight.
When culture and green technology collide.
Green technology might be embedded in our buildings but it is not always embedded in our routines as researchers from the Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship found out.
Double counting: Getting fuel and energy from our waste
Researchers from the Department of Earth Science & Engineering are looking at combining biogas and fuel cells to maximise energy from waste products.