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Sustainability is a priority at Keele University. Through the actions that it is taking, the University aims to become more energy self-sufficient with increased carbon saving, whilst also becoming a national research and development facility that undertakes world-leading research into environmental sustainability.
Based on Keele University’s privately-owned and operated utility networks (power, gas, heat, telecoms, water and waste-water), the University is developing Europe’s first ‘at scale’ multi-energy vector Smart Energy Network Demonstrator – a living laboratory where new low-carbon technologies and interventions can be researched, developed and tested in a real-world environment.
In order to achieve this, the University is working with businesses, graduates and academics to research and develop a wide range of smart energy innovations, from cross-vector technologies and updated approaches to demand side management, through to behavioural interventions, new approaches to low-carbon generation and storage, and revised contexts for regulatory or business models.
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