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Update from Around the Projects – July 2020

Allan Paterson, Head of Programme Management, outlines how the efforts of our research community during lockdown to maintain momentum. From…

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The Year 4/5 Renewal Process Explained

Allan Paterson explains the process that has been underway through the lockdown period to reshape the four initial research projects…

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Faraday Institution selects entrepreneurs to receive financial and business support to drive battery innovation

In April 2020, the Faraday Institution awarded its 5th Entrepreneurial Fellowship to Tom Heenan, a Faraday Institution Research Fellow that…

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GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP ON CLEAN AND AFFORDABLE ENERGY AND CLEAN WATER IN PAKISTAN

  Prof Jawwad Darr, UCL, speaking at the workshop. Members of the Faraday Institution and over 50 UK, Pakistani and…

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Project update – January 2020

Allan Paterson, Head of Programme Management, outlines some of the progress being made by our research projects and the journal…

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Battery storage in developing countries and emerging economies

On 7th March 2019 the Department for International Development (DfID) announced £30 million of new funding to the Transforming Energy…

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Round 2 Projects

With the Wave 2 Project Workshops complete, Ian Ellerington summarises the Faraday Institution’s consultation process and next steps.  The next…

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Shaping Future Faraday Institution Programmes

Have you helped shape the direction of the future Faraday Institution programme? Ian Ellerington, Head of Technology Transfer, discusses the…

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Fast Start projects – progress

Allan Paterson, Head of Programme Management, outlines the status of the organisation’s four Fast Start projects. In a short time…

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WAVE 2 RESEARCH PROJECTS — WALES WORKSHOP — 25 SEPTEMBER 2018

The Faraday Institution is the UK’s independent research institute for electrochemical energy storage research. We are currently delivering world-class research…

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