Chancellor of the Exchequer announces £36 million UK funding for Swansea University clean energy inn

The Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has announced new £36 million UK Government funding to develop clean energy innovation at Swansea University. The new Active Building Centre will seek to remove barriers and accelerate market adoption of new solar-powered building design.

Funded by the UK government through the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund and UKRI and based in Swansea University, it will be a national centre of excellence working with supply chains from energy and construction supported by ten universities: Swansea, Bath, Newcastle, Birmingham, Loughborough, UCL, Sheffield, Cardiff, Imperial College London and Nottingham.


Wilmur Properties looks forward

Swansea student accommodation house property university

to welcoming you to our student houses in Swansea when we start advertising for 2019 in November this year.

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