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Keele’s 600+ acre campus with its own energy infrastructure, is a unique and genuine living laboratory for smart, clean energy research and development. Keele has received significant European and Government funding to generate Europe’s largest integrated smart heat and electricity network for the development and testing of smart energy processes, products and governance at the scale of a small town. Working in partnership with businesses is a key part of the project, for delivery, providing the facilities for businesses use to develop and test new products and processes, and helping local business engage with energy issues. This workshop will explore with participants these projects in detail, the challenges and opportunities and their future directions.
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