Swansea University and Enserv to develop advanced energy storage systems

A Swansea University research team from the College of Engineering are to form a new partnership with major global energy solutions provider ENSERV POWER.

This new venture will seek to develop and commercialise advanced and sustainable energy storage systems through the newly established interdisciplinary Centre of Excellence: CAPTURE (Circular Applications to Utilise and Retain Energy), with the support of the Institute for Innovative Materials, Processing and Numerical Technologies (IMPACT).

The centre will focus on a circular approach to the manufacture and management of energy storage solutions. Unifying expertise across Swansea University’s Colleges of Engineering and Science, the centre will offer a unique, multifaceted approach to innovative, ground-breaking research on sustainable and scalable manufacturing solutions of energy storage devices.

Executive Director of CAPTURE, Professor Serena Margadonna, comments:

“Our focus is on the conceptualisation, design and modelling from incept of energy storage technologies within a circular economy framework, ensuring optimum use of

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