- Academics from the University of Leeds are working with counterparts from Zhejiang University in China to develop clean coal technologies.
The partnership will operate under the name UoL-ZJU International Centre for Sustainable Energy Sciences and Technologie.
It will address issues such as clean coal use, pollution control, carbon capture and sequestration, alternative fuels and the development of new energy-related technologies in fuel and solar cells.
The centre will also encompass associated research areas, in particle, environment and chemical engineering, drawing on the combined strengths of the two universities.
This is the third strategic research alliance the University of Leeds has signed with leading research institutions in China. (Carbon Capture Journal)