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Environment - Electroengineering - 09.03.2021
Harnessing existing generation assets can enable Net Zero Carbon energy systems for regions and cities, modelling data confirms
Harnessing existing generation assets can enable Net Zero Carbon energy systems for regions and cities, modelling data confirms
Joint project with Birmingham's Tyseley Energy Park and the University of Birmingham. Demonstrates the potential of cost-effective decarbonisation through more effective utilisation and coordination of current and planned generation assets. A more coordinated net zero system could supply up to 50,000 users with CO2-neutral electricity or supply Birmingham airport with green electricity, heat and cooling.

Health - Electroengineering - 17.02.2021
Engineers share DIY instructions for 3D-printed blood oxygen sensor
'Make-at-home' pulse oximeter that can help track Covid-19 symptoms shared by Bath engineers Last updated on Wednesday 17 February 2021 Designs for a low-cost, 3D-printed blood-oxygen sensor have been shared by University of Bath engineers to help in the fight against Covid-19. The do-it-yourself 'Open Oximeter' sensor, designed by a team of engineers and scientists, can be created by anyone with a 3D printer and basic electronics skills.

Electroengineering - Environment - 04.02.2021
Benefits of the UK's first affordable energy positive house are confirmed
Benefits of the UK’s first affordable energy positive house are confirmed
Savings of up to 1,000 a year on energy bills could be made by living in the UK's first affordable energy positive house, researchers have shown. The team from Cardiff University say that over the course of a year the house exports 1.3 times more electricity to the grid than it consumes, thus resulting in overall net negative carbon emissions, equating to around -179 kg per year.