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New facility accelerates battery recycling research

The new battery testing and storage facilities represents an investment of about £590,000.

Step forward in mechanistic understanding of oxygen-redox processes in lithium-rich battery cathodes

Informing practical strategies towards higher energy density batteries.

Three further Industry Fellowships to foster relationships between battery researchers in industry and academia

Enabling academics and industrialists to undertake a mutually beneficial, electrochemical energy storage research project that aims to solve a critical industrial problem

Cambridge Cleantech and the Faraday Institution to support energy storage companies through STEPS programme

Harwell Campus and Allia will be testbeds for SMEs demonstrating new energy storage innovations

Faraday 2020 Conference Feedback

Many thanks to everyone who attended, presented at, and engaged with the Faraday 2020 conference, held 24-26th November, for the…

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Two research projects begin aiming to reduce the cost and improve the performance of battery technologies for use in developing countries and emerging economies

Over 600 million people across African have no access to electricity. 60% of African businesses say access to reliable power…

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Faraday Institution Conference 2020

Will you join us for the annual Faraday Institution Conference? The event will take place on the 25th and 26th…

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Biography – Pam Thomas, CEO

Enabling academics and industrialists to undertake a mutually beneficial, electrochemical energy storage research project that aims to solve a critical industrial problem

Pam Thomas Appointed Chief Executive of Faraday Institution

Accomplished scientist and leader in research portfolio management to drive forward scientific breakthroughs in energy storage.

An Interview with Prof Pam Thomas, CEO

“Unlocking knowledge and understanding of how batteries operate and how they can be improved to facilitate the move to an electrified economy is a singularly important research question of our generation.”

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