The pressing need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is driving the development of low or zero carbon emission energy systems.
Harper Adams University specialises in research and development of systems to utilize farm and other wastes through anaerobic digestion and associated technologies. The Agricultural Centre for Sustainable Energy Systems (ACSES) research is funded by the EU, UK Government and industry and the Centre is led by Professor Mike Theodorou. Dr Marie Kirby and Dr Matt Reilly are dedicated full-time to the work of the Centre.
For further information on the Agricultural Centre for Sustainable Energy Systems please contact Professor Michael Theodorou.
Research notes provide explanatory summaries of our current and completed research projects, aimed at non-specialists, students and practitioners in farming and associated industries.
Harper Adams University is a partner in Food and Farming Futures, the independent, collaborative news and information source for farming and food. You can also find research notes for any of our research projects on the Food and Farming Futures website.