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).

February23

€350k grant funding awarded to Renewable Engine Industry Partners

Through engagement and partnership with the Renewable Engine programme, enterprises ranging from micro-SMEs to large multinationals have had the opportunity to apply for technology development grant funding, in order to bridge the gap between research and technological innovation within industry. 5 enterprises have successfully secured technology development grant funding through the Renewable Engine programme; Soltropy, … Continued

January25

Renewable Engine PhD Researcher Trialling AR Technology for Cobot Assembly

Eleanor Smith, PhD Researcher at the University of Strathclyde, is continuing work on her project entitled “Industry 4.0 & Augmenting the Millennial Worker”, investigating how traditional paper-based instructions and procedures for assembly tasks can be replaced with Augmented Reality (AR) technology. Working closely with her industry partner, Booth Welsh, Ellie has been conducting socially distant … Continued

It's International Women in Engineering Day! Our female staff and researchers continue to break down barriers and help #ShapeTheWorld

We hope that projects like ours will continue to make the profession more inclusive to attract and retain even more world-shapers.

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