Floating wind, captured mine heat, and net zero transport projects scoop government R&D funding

Cecilia Keating
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One of the projects selected for UKRI funding is geared at accelerating floating wind in the Celtic Sea | Credit: US DoE
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One of the projects selected for UKRI funding is geared at accelerating floating wind in the Celtic Sea | Credit: US DoE

Latest round of UK Research and Innovation's (UKRI's) Strength in Places Fund delivers boost to 17 projects across the UK, including pioneering clean tech developments

Projects to develop a net zero transport supercluster in the Midlands, heat Glasgow homes using heat from abandoned mines, and turbocharge offshore wind farm construction in the South West are among the...

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