Professor Peter Edwards
Professor of Inorganic Chemistry
Peter Edwards works at the forefront of research into environmentally-focused chemistry.
Currently, he is involved in several major projects which could have a major impact on emissions, including:
- limiting carbon dioxide in the atmosphere
- using CO2 to create jet fuel
- stripping usable hydrogen from fossil fuels and
- creating clean hydrogen from plastic waste.
Peter was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society 25 years ago.
- Renewable energy
- Sustainable fuels
- Greenhouse gas emissions
- Energy transition
Recent media work
- Letter: COP26 should highlight an aviation fuel innovation
- Green travel: Electric planes, recycled roads and is that fuel made from coffee? | ITV News Meridian
- White males fall behind as more students go to university
- No more guilt trips? Revolutionary process converts carbon dioxide into jet fuel using cheap catalysts for emissions-free flight
- Microwaving plastic waste can generate clean hydrogen