Collaborate to Innovate Awards

Collaboration and Innovation

Through its collaboration across seven partners and the integration of heat pumps, heat networks, thermal energy storage and Demand Side Management, the BEN project has a solution to two of the most pressing problems now facing engineers:

With the addition of a fuel cell calciner demonstrator, which can absorb CO2 from the atmosphere as it generates electricity, the BEN project has successfully demonstrated the path that can now be taken to a clean energy future.

Collaborate to Innovate Awards

The ENGINEER has announced that The BEN Project has been shortlisted for the Engineer 'Collaborate to Innovate' Awards 2018 in the Energy and Environment section.

Collaborate to Innovate

The event provides a fascinating snapshot of some of the trends and technologies that are defining modern engineering and also highlights the degree to which industry and academia are collaborating to solve fundamental problems across a variety of sectors.

From the biggest and boldest infrastructure projects to the most fundamental technology breakthroughs, effective collaboration is the lifeblood of engineering innovation, and through The Engineer we aim to uncover and celebrate some of the UK’s most inspiring, innovative and effective collaborative technology projects.

The shortlist in the Energy and Environment section:

The Engineer 'Collaborate to Innovate' Winners' Awards Party will be held at St Bart's Brewery, Smithfield, London EC1 on 6 November 2018.