Birmingham City Council have worked with Tyseley Energy Park to develop an opportunity to create an alternative fuel re-fueling hub to provide hydrogen and electric charging (from the wood, bio-mass renewable energy plant), CNG, LPG and bio-fuels following the decision for a Clean Air Zone to reduce all types of air pollution in Birmingham. 

During the IS Lab Meeting the Action Plan was discussed among 10 experts from industry in detail and issues around the on-going development of TEP was explored and how this applies to circular economy and industrial symbiosis initiatives.