Heriot-Watt Energy Academy has hosted The Low Carbon Energy International Workshop to celebrate recent innovation and successful collaborations in low carbon energy technologies between UK, China and Hong-Kong.
The workshop. which attracted participants from different universities, societies and local companies, was supported by funds from the Scottish Funding Council under the Scotland-Hong Kong Strategic Research Partnership Program (H15009).
Latest innovations on electrochemical CO2 reduction, solar energy, fuel cell vehicles, UK-China collaboration on CCS and emission-to-liquid technologies were discussed by world leading scientists from China, Hong Kong and UK. .
Professor Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Director of the Energy Academy at Heriot-Watt and Chair of the workshop said, "The event was a great opportunity to discuss current and future collaborations in the field of low carbon energy. We are very pleased with the opportunities identified through fruitful discussions held during the workshop."