How IDRIC can help industry reach its decarbonisation goals
One of IDRIC’s key objectives is ensuring the industrial decarbonisation process is a just transition. Speaking in The Engineer, Professor Maroto-Valer explored the need for a collaborative effort by industry, government and academia to achieve net zero by 2040 while safeguarding jobs and local economies.
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Humber host Industrial Decarbonisation R&I visit
FLEXIS welcome the UKRIs industrial decarbonation clusters to South Wales On Wednesday 12th February, FLEXIS welcomed UKRI’s newly appointed Industrial Decarbonisation Research Champion Professor Mercedes Maroto-Valer and representatives from the UK’s main industrial clusters to South Wales.
Professor Mercedes Maroto-Valer appointed UK Decarbonisation Champion
Industrial Decarbonisation Champion to play central role in delivery of UK Net Zero emissions by 2050 Award-winning academic to develop new £20m Research and Innovation Centre based at Edinburgh’s Heriot-Watt University Role will place UK at forefront of global shift to Clean Growth An Industrial Decarbonisation Champion to drive the UK’s delivery of Net Zero […]
Champion appointed to drive forward industrial decarbonisation centre A champion appointed by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) will develop plans for a new centre which will help to achieve the government’s net zero ambitions by addressing challenges to the decarbonisation of the industrial sector.
Industrial Decarbonisation Champion to steer £20m innovation centre for net-zero transition Professor Mercedes Maroto-Valer has been appointed as an “Industrial Decarbonisation Champion” to oversee the development of a £20m research and innovation centre at Edinburgh’s Heriot-Watt University that will drive the delivery of the UK’s net-zero emissions target.