The research facility officially opens.
Research equipment installation, commissioning and verification is completed.
Collaborative research begins.
Construction of the Translational Energy Research Centre is complete.
Installation of the research equipment begins.
All research details are announced.
Construction of the state-of-the art facilities begins.
The first details of research equipment announced.
ERDF and BEIS funding is secured to build the Translational Energy Research Centre.
Demand for PACT has outstripped capacity.
Stakeholders are consulted and plans to build a bigger facility with a broader scope are put together.
PACT has facilitated more than 70 industrial collaborations, booked over 500 test days and supported over 30 research and training projects.
The University of Sheffield, with support from the BEIS and EPSRC, founded the Pilot Advanced-Scale Capture Technology (PACT) Facilities. PACT is an open access national centre of excellence for experimental research on Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage, advanced power generation fossil fuels, biomass and hydrogen.