CERES autumn meeting will be held at City on the 14th of September

Through the Industrial Consortium, City’s Centre for Compressor Technology provides a forum for industry and academia to coordinate pre-commercial (TRL 1-3) research on industry-relevant compression technologies for the energy transformation sector. The industrial partners can also benefit from a tailor made service whilst fostering a broader cross-business sector understanding of compression technology developments.

Industrial Consortium on Compressors and Expanders in Future Energy Systems (CERES) is now in its second year of operation. With a growing industrial membership and an undivided support from Royal Academy of Engineering and the School of Science and Technology at City, University of London, it is already producing outcomes that ultimately lead to enhancement of related technologies and contribute to achieving Net-0 targets and energy savings.

Strong industrial membership includes companies that operate in the area of compressors, modelling systems and software and lubricants and ensures that industrially relevant topics are included in fundamental and applied research performed at City. We are expecting that more companies interested in new technologies like hydrogen compression, industrial heating with natural refrigerants and advanced energy systems will join the consortium and support our efforts to constantly improve technologies built in future energy systems. We invite young people interested in postdoctoral studies in this area to contact us and become a part of this initiative.

Autumn meeting will be held at City, University of London. We are excited to host our industry partners and academic collaborators once again to discuss interesting topics and exchange updates. Researchers from City will share updates on the running projects, while industry experts will have an opportunity to propose new research directions and interests.

Companies and organisations wishing to learn more about the CERES Consortium membership should contact Centre for Compressor Technology Director, Professor Ahmed Kovacevic at A.Kovacevic@city.ac.uk