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Access to Infrastructure and Skills- and Capability-Development

Neil Morris comments on the infrastructure report, led by the University of Liverpool, as we distribute it to our community. The Faraday Institution recently commissioned a study, led by Nigel Browning of the University of Liverpool, to report on the infrastructure currently available to researchers in electrochemical energy storage in the UK. Do take a…

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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 Access programme to give more people and companies across Africa access to affordable, clean energy. The initiative supports Goal Seven of the Global Goals for Sustainable Development: to ensure access for everyone in the world…

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MOVE 2020 – 11-12 February 2020

The conference organisers describe this as, “the world’s most important mobility event, where disruptive technology and innovation drive much needed change. MOVE brings together disruptors, their technology and their attitude with stakeholders across all modes and disciplines: to dialogue, to create insight and to promote collaboration. We are more expansive and multi-disciplined than any other…

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BIEE Policy Conference – 24 September 2019

The British Institute of Energy Economics ‘Getting Serious about Net Zero’ policy conference will get to grips with the implications of net zero for the UK, as well as the CCC’s published advice.  Leading figures from across government, industry, finance and academia will discuss the challenges for difficult to decarbonise sectors; the new policy drivers…

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The Future of Mobility – 10 September 2019

Since 1799, the Royal Institution (Ri) has helped the pubic explore and form opinions about issues that matter to them. As a specialist in the production and dissemination of scientific content, the Ri curates over 80 dramatic science engagement events each year to capture the imagination and curiosity of the general population – whether through…

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LCV – 4-5 September 2019

Cenex-LCV is the UK’s premier low carbon vehicle event incorporating four keys features: Technology exhibition Extensive seminar programme Facilitated networking with the low carbon community Ride & drive of the latest research & development and commercially available vehicles LCV is run by Cenex, the UK’s first centre of excellence for low carbon and fuel cell…

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The Advanced Materials Show, Ceramics UK – 10-11 July 2019

The Advanced Materials Show provides a unique opportunity to meet with 200 suppliers of innovative materials and the entire R&D supply chain. Co-located with Ceramics UK, a free four-track conference will focus on innovations in graphene, 2D materials, nanomaterials, advanced composites, coatings, technical glass and ceramics. Full details. Date: 4 June 2019 Venue: International Exhibition Centre, Telford…

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Oxford EV Summit – 26-27 June 2019

This two-day summit brings together business leaders and key players working on electric vehicles, energy, information technology and charging infrastructure, to explore how we advance full e-mobility. The summit is a high level business forum based on the dual themes of business engagement and thought leadership from the most senior, influential and informed people in…

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Benchmark Mineral Intelligence World Tour – 24 June 2019

The Benchmark World Tour is the world’s original and leading annual series of investment seminars on the lithium ion battery to EV supply chain and is in its fifth year. This year the seminar will focus on a three specific “New Eras” for the industry: rise of the lithium ion battery megafactories, the emergence of…

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Westminster Energy, Environment and Transport Forum – 20 June 2019

Ian Ellerington, Head of Technology Transfer at the Faraday Institution is the keynote speaker at this conference that will discuss next steps for energy storage in the UK. It will be an opportunity to discuss the opportunities and possible barriers for increasing energy storage in the UK – including discussion of what form this storage…

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