CSEF New Laboratory Facilities

CSEF laboratory drawing

CSEF New Laboratory Facilities

Centre for Sustainable Energy use in Food Chains (CSEF) new laboratory and waste heat recovery unit.

Since the establishment of CSEF the team has attracted significant funding and established a strong reputation for research in energy efficiency and demand reduction in the food and other energy-intensive sectors.

The Centre works very closely with the manufacturing industry, equipment manufacturers and suppliers and the food retail industry on the development and commercialisation of innovative low-carbon technologies and processes. To build on this success and accommodate new research and development projects and staff, Brunel University London is investing an additional £2.5 million in the expansion of the CSEF facilities to include:

New laboratory space for the investigation of emerging low-carbon food processing technologies.

CSEF new laboratoryFacilities for the investigation and development of innovative heat recovery and heat to power conversion systems to cover a wide range of temperatures and electrical power outputs.

CSEF laboratoryState of the art test loops and environmental test chambers for the evaluation and development of highly efficient renewable energy powered heating and cooling equipment and integrated energy systems.

CSEF laboratory map


Further information about the Centre for Sustainable Energy use in Food Chains (CSEF).

A brief overview of all the End Use Energy Demand Centres (EUED) Centres.