Renewable Engine is an exciting cross-border Research & Innovation project aimed at facilitating direct knowledge transfer and technology development within the Advanced Manufacturing and Renewable Energy sectors.

Research themes focus on Energy Generation, Energy Storage and Innovative Enabling Technologies.

The project delivers dedicated research support to industry, bridging the innovation gap typically observed between academic and commercial entities.

The project is supported by the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB), with match funding provided by the Department for the Economy (Northern Ireland) and Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment (Republic of Ireland).

June17

Renewable Engine Student Acts as Provocateur in Eco-Design debate

Charlie Farrell, final year Renewable Engine student with South West College & QUB, was invited by the Scottish Ecological Design Society (SEDA) to deliver a talk as part of their Solar Seminars on “Embodied Carbon, Life Cycle Analysis, Recycling”. The special event took place on 17th May 2021.   SEDA are an organisation involved in … Continued

April30

Renewable Engine Supports Robot Cell Official Opening

Supported by funding from Renewable Engine, Queen’s University Belfast have recently installed an Advanced Rotational Moulding Automation Cell (ARMAC). This was officially opened by Professor Chris Johnston, Pro Vice Chancellor for Engineering and Physical Sciences, on Tuesday 23rd March 2021.   The total investment in ARMAC and its cutting-edge technology is in the region of £350,000; with the Renewable … Continued

Happy International Women in Engineering Day! 👩‍🔬👩‍🏭👩‍🔧👷‍♀️👩‍💻 We are lucky to have so many fantastically talented female engineers conducting PhD and Post-Doctoral Research alongside our partner companies #IWED21 #iwed2021