MPI joins NOF Energy

The Materials Processing Institute (MPI), an Open-Access Technology Centre, has recently joined NOF Energy, UK business development organisation, to support its growing presence in the energy sector.

As a not-for-profit organisation, MPI aims to assist with technology innovation, development and commercialisation for companies of all sizes in the materials, processing and energy sectors. The 38000 sq m. facility, which is based in Middlesbrough, North East England, includes laboratories, a pilot plant, demonstration facilities and a dedicated SME technology centre; all to support businesses with the development of new technologies, products and services.

The introduction of MPI to a network of 480 members, within NOF Energy, is a positive one for George Rafferty, Chief Executive of NOF Energy, who said: “NOF Energy’s diverse and robust network is focused on collaboration to facilitate the creation of technology-led solutions, which enable industry to meet its cost and efficiency targets. MPI’s transferable expertise is of great benefit to our members and the wider energy sector to help deliver commercial solutions through research and development.â€?

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