Robotics & Autonomous Systems

Find out more about our robotics and autonomous systems testing and validation facilities.

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Electrical Infrastructure Research Hub

The Catapult has appointed the University of Strathclyde and the University of Manchester to form the Electrical Infrastructure Research Hub.

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Automation & Engineering Solutions

Find out more about our work in robotics, autonomous systems and artificial intelligence.

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Stay Current

Dig deeper into the biggest issues facing offshore wind, wave and tidal energy with our series of Analysis & Insight papers.

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Live Innovation Opportunities

There are a number of programmes laying out the key technology innovation challenges faced by the offshore renewables industry that, when solved, will help drive down the cost of offshore renewable energy, with positive effects for the industry and UK economy. Visit our Live Innovation Opportunities page to find out if your technology has the answer.

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Hugh McNeal

Hugh McNeal

Non-Executive Director

Hugh became Chief Executive of RenewableUK in April 2016. Before this, he was Director of Change at the Department of Energy & Climate Change, improving the Department’s efficiency and delivering financial savings. Other roles in the Civil Service included Chief Executive, Office for Renewable Energy Deployment at DECC, and Deputy Director of Low Carbon Business at the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills. Educated at the London School of Economics and Harvard University where he also taught from 1995-2000. Hugh was on the Board then Chair of Equinox, a charity providing services to people seeking to overcome alcohol, drug and mental health problems, 2002-2012.

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