Energy at UHI
Energy is a key research theme for the University of the Highlands and Islands, and we are building a reputation for excellence in research across a range of energy topics critical to the future economic development of the Highlands and Islands region and also to the long-term sustainability of the economy of the whole of Scotland.
Discover more about how we can help make your project a success in the following areas:
- Energy centres
- Energy Team
- Key Projects
- Resource Assessment
- Marine Renewable Expertise
- Complex Systems
- Oil and Gas
- Case Studies
The university is uniquely placed to make an important contribution to global research into new energy sources. Located in an environment that boasts internationally important landscapes and seascapes, and can be considered the primary European geography for renewable energy developments. The university has world-class facilities and multi-disciplinary research teams who are focusing on, and providing solutions to, the big energy challenges of our time. Our research teams have a special depth of understanding of the key issues surrounding the interface between energy generation and natural environments; be they marine, coastal or terrestrial.
Your organisation can benefit from this multi-disciplinary energy expertise by collaborating with the university on your energy projects, which could include: marine energy; environmental impact assessment; low-carbon innovations, bioenergy and biofuel research, to name but a few.
Whether you are a company looking for technical assistance to help develop new products or processes, or a research institute, policy maker or other organisation wanting to tap into specialist expertise and facilities, the University of the Highlands and Islands is your ideal partner for collaborative research, contract research or consultancy services.
For more information on how you can get involved with energy research at the university, contact the research office who will put you in touch with the right person for your enquiry.