Energy Research Accelerator (ERA)

Energy Research Accelerator (ERA)

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ERA is an Innovate UK funded programme involving eight Midlands based universities and the British Geological Survey. Through investment in facilities, equipment and large scale demonstration projects, and the expertise of over 400 academics, ERA is helping to bring energy innovations to market.

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    This document provides a summary of our facilities, our equipment, our demonstration projects and capabilities. We are always keen to work with indust...

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    Energy Research Accelerator (ERA)

    www.era.ac.uk
    Research Acceleration and Demonstration (RAD) Building, Jubilee Campus, University of Nottingham | NG8 1BB Nottingham NG8 1BB United Kingdom
    Tel:  +44 1157486727

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