Funded PhD: Thermodynamic Cycles for Energy Storage


The Sir Joseph Swan Centre for Energy Research at Newcastle University is a world-leading exemplar of engineering innovation, research and development of large-scale future energy storage technology and includes the National Facility for PHES. The PhD candidate will evaluate alternative thermodynamic cycles and their associated technologies which can be used to store MWs-GWs of electricity. They will collate and analyse technical experimental data, model the operation of the test facilities and will evaluate the potential of the technology for integration into an energy network.

Further details and apply here.