Supergen Bioenergy Hub funding extension 2022 – 2023

Supergen Bioenergy Hub is pleased to announce a one-year extension to the work of the hub for 2022 – 2023, following the four-year programme coming to an end in October 2022.

Director of the Hub, Patricia Thornley said;

“I’m very pleased to receive news of the one-year extension. The Hub’s work is highly valuable because of its’ wide social, economic and environmental benefits. Our research encompasses all aspects of bioenergy expertise to develop ways of delivering bioenergy.”

“Our academics support policy and industry by identifying and characterising sustainable bioenergy systems that can be prioritised to provide power, heat, liquid and gaseous fuels, and value-added chemicals.”

Jointly funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), the hub is based at Aston University under the direction of Professor Patricia Thornley, and management is undertaken by representatives of the core academic institutions.

The Hub will continue to work with key stakeholders from across the UK and plans to consult with academia, policy and industry colleagues when the Call for next phase of the programme is released.

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