MSc Offshore Renewable Energy
The MSc Offshore Renewable Energy programme is fully cross-disciplinary, comprising marine science, engineering, economics, law and policy.
Carbon and energy reduction
University of Plymouth's carbon and energy reduction policy.
Natural capital for clean growth | Research Festival 2020
Research Festival 2020. Natural capital for clean growth, Building a framework around the South West’s natural assets in onshore and offshore clean energy and resources. 23 January 2020.
Disrupting the energy sector
University of Plymouth, Sphere February 2021 disrupting the energy sector
Public invited to engage with energy research
Plymouth University news: Research which aims to transform people’s energy usage, in an attempt to promote carbon reduction, will be showcased in a free public event at Plymouth University
An evaluation of a new hybrid wave and wind energy converter
Plymouth University's COAST Engineering Research Group - An evaluation of a new hybrid wave and wind energy converter
Profile: Associate Professor Mohammed Zaki Ahmed
Dr Ahmed’s research offers world-leading insight into the way communication and coding principles can transform energy efficiency, reducing the amount we consume and increasing that which we can produce from renewable sources.
CEFOW: Clean Energy From Ocean Waves
University of Plymouth's Marine Conservation Research Group: CEFOW: Clean Energy From Ocean Waves
Scientists create light of record-breaking energy in extreme laser physics experiment
An international team of physicists, including academics at the University of Plymouth, have created gamma rays of record-breaking energy by hitting electrons travelling close to the speed of light with an intense laser beam
Energy and environment play greater role in 2015 election fight
Plymouth University news: An independent analysis has shown the major political parties are taking energy and the environment seriously ahead of the 2015 General Election, seeing them as inextricably linked to future economic prosperity.