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Affinity Design and Management Ltd

As part of the SEND project at Keele University, this is an exciting opportunity to undertake a paid three-month project and is suitable for a graduate studying at Keele University. This opportunity is open to both UK and International researchers. 

The placement is working with Affinity Design and Management Ltd, an architectural design company that create innovative, practical building design to meet a client’s specific needs.

This project is to investigate the movement to Net Zero Carbon for the company, including conducting a whole life carbon assessment. It will also look how to reduce the operational energy use and increase renewable energy supply. Finally, the project will look at how any remaining carbon be offset, using a recognised offsetting framework. 

Payment will be £12.60/hour plus any holiday accruement, which equates to £23,754 pro rata. This will give the successful candidate(s) the opportunity to gain valuable experience in a rapidly growing field alongside studying at Keele University. 

If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to learn more, please contact to arrange an informal discussion:

Dr Sharon George (MSc in Environmental Sustainability and Green Technology Course Director) - s.m.george@keele.ac.uk  

Applicants are asked to fill out the below application along with a copy of their CV to s.m.george@keele.ac.uk  

About the SEND Project

A European first, this world-class demonstrator facility for smart energy research and development will enable the testing and evaluation of new and evolving energy technologies. Working collaboratively with local partner companies, the programme will provide the opportunity to assess the efficiency of these new technologies in terms of energy reduction, cost and CO2 emissions. 

More information on SEND is available at: www.keele.ac.uk/send  

The Smart Energy Network Demonstrator project (ref 32R16P00706) is part-funded through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as part of the England 2014 to 2020 European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) Growth Programme. It is also part-funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

LiB.Energy Innovation Ltd

As part of the SEND project at Keele University, this is an exciting opportunity to undertake a paid three-month project and is suitable for a graduate studying at Keele University. This opportunity is open to both UK and International researchers.

The placement is working with LiB.Energy Innovation Ltd, a company that specialises in the design, engineering and manufacturing of high-quality Lithium-ion technologies. This project will involve an investigation into the mega trends for Lithium LFP, NMC/NCA and LTO chemistries, a competitive analysis of the lithium battery market, and an investigation of other chemistries and technologies that could be applicable within the marketplace.

Payment will be £12.60/hour plus any holiday accruement, which equates to £23,754 pro rata. This will give the successful candidate(s) the opportunity to gain valuable experience in a rapidly growing field alongside studying at Keele University.

If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to learn more, please contact to arrange an informal discussion:

Dr Sharon George (MSc in Environmental Sustainability and Green Technology Course Director) - s.m.george@keele.ac.uk

Applications, along with a copy of your CV should be sent to s.m.george@keele.ac.uk

 

About the SEND Project

A European first, this world-class demonstrator facility for smart energy research and development will enable the testing and evaluation of new and evolving energy technologies. Working collaboratively with local partner companies, the programme will provide the opportunity to assess the efficiency of these new technologies in terms of energy reduction, cost and CO2 emissions.

More information on SEND is available at: www.keele.ac.uk/send

The Smart Energy Network Demonstrator project (ref 32R16P00706) is part-funded through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as part of the England 2014 to 2020 European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) Growth Programme. It is also part-funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)

V.B. Fabrications ltd

As part of the SEND project at Keele University, this is an exciting opportunity to undertake a paid three-month project and is suitable for a graduate studying at Keele University. This opportunity is open to both UK and International researchers.

The placement is working with V.B. Fabrications ltd, a company that specialises in the supply, installation and maintenance of milking parlours, milking machines and equipment, as well as livestock handling, milk bulk tanks and feeding equipment. This project will focus on the exploration of potential microgeneration options for the company premises, with a particular focus on a feasibility study for micro-hydro generation from an onsite water source/stream and local storage.

Payment will be £12.60/hour plus any holiday accruement, which equates to £23,754 pro rata. This will give the successful candidate(s) the opportunity to gain valuable experience in a rapidly growing field alongside studying at Keele University.

If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to learn more, please contact to arrange an informal discussion:

Dr Sharon George (MSc in Environmental Sustainability and Green Technology Course Director) - s.m.george@keele.ac.uk

Applications, along with a copy of your CV should be sent to s.m.george@keele.ac.uk

About the SEND Project

A European first, this world-class demonstrator facility for smart energy research and development will enable the testing and evaluation of new and evolving energy technologies. Working collaboratively with local partner companies, the programme will provide the opportunity to assess the efficiency of these new technologies in terms of energy reduction, cost and CO2 emissions.

More information on SEND is available at: www.keele.ac.uk/send

The Smart Energy Network Demonstrator project (ref 32R16P00706) is part-funded through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as part of the England 2014 to 2020 European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) Growth Programme. It is also part-funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

Frank's Woody's Utilities Ltd

As part of the SEND project at Keele University, this is an exciting opportunity to undertake a paid three-month project and is suitable for a graduate studying at Keele University. This opportunity is open to both UK and International researchers.

The placement is working with Frank’s Woody’s Utilities Ltd, a company that offers services around the supply of heat and hot water through a district heating main from a central Ground Source Heat Pump. This project will study the usage/creation of heat from Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHP) and the distribution across a district heating network to various residential properties. The project will involve some onsite work at the company’s housing development in Norton in Hale.

Payment will be £12.60/hour plus any holiday accruement, which equates to £23,754 pro rata. This will give the successful candidate(s) the opportunity to gain valuable experience in a rapidly growing field alongside studying at Keele University.

If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to learn more, please contact to arrange an informal discussion:

Dr Sharon George (MSc in Environmental Sustainability and Green Technology Course Director) - s.m.george@keele.ac.uk

Applications, along with a copy of your CV should be sent to s.m.george@keele.ac.uk

About the SEND Project

A European first, this world-class demonstrator facility for smart energy research and development will enable the testing and evaluation of new and evolving energy technologies. Working collaboratively with local partner companies, the programme will provide the opportunity to assess the efficiency of these new technologies in terms of energy reduction, cost and CO2 emissions.

More information on SEND is available at: www.keele.ac.uk/send

The Smart Energy Network Demonstrator project (ref 32R16P00706) is part-funded through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as part of the England 2014 to 2020 European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) Growth Programme. It is also part-funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

Advanced Innovative Engineering (AIE)

The placement is working with Advanced Innovative Engineering, a company that specialises in the design, development and production of rotary engine powered energy systems. This project will examine how the energy produced by the company in the manufacture and testing of its products, around 52kW of energy, could be converted and stored in a form that could be reused within the company. This will reduce the energy currently used and dispersed by the company by utilising it to power other aspects of their business.

Payment will be £12.60/hour plus any holiday accruement, which equates to £23,754 pro rata. This will give the successful candidate(s) the opportunity to gain valuable experience in a rapidly growing field alongside studying at Keele University. 

If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to learn more, please contact to arrange an informal discussion: Dr Sharon George (MSc in Environmental Sustainability and Green Technology Course Director) - s.m.george@keele.ac.uk

Site Energy Services (SES) Training Solutions

As part of the SEND project at Keele University, this is an exciting opportunity to undertake a paid three-month project and is suitable for a graduate studying at Keele University. This opportunity is open to both UK and International researchers.

The placement is working with Site Energy Services (SES) Training Solutions, a global training company specialising in the core provision of Electrical Power Training. This project would investigate the integration of existing networks into smart networks for cost and benefit to a consumer. The aim would be to help the company to develop and analyse the way older networks can be developed into new smart networks, with investigation on the training requirements to educate potential users to fully employ the benefits of such systems.

Payment will be £12.60/hour plus any holiday accruement, which equates to £23,754 pro rata. This will give the successful candidate(s) the opportunity to gain valuable experience in a rapidly growing field alongside studying at Keele University.

If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to learn more, please contact to arrange an informal discussion:

Dr Sharon George (MSc in Environmental Sustainability and Green Technology Course Director) - s.m.george@keele.ac.uk

Applicants are asked to fill out the below application along with a copy of their CV to s.m.george@keele.ac.uk


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