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Faraday Institution announces six Industry Fellowships to foster relationships between industry and academic researchers

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

The Faraday Institution launches new programme to research battery technologies for developing countries and emerging economies

Scientific, socio-economic and techno-economic studies to advance the use of energy storage to provide access to clean, sustainable and reliable energy.

Faraday Institution publishes 2020 update to its study “UK Electric Vehicle and Battery Production Potential to 2040”

UK at risk of falling further behind Europe for battery manufacturing

Researchers virtually ‘unwind’ lithium battery

An international team led by researchers at UCL has revealed new insights into the workings of a lithium battery by virtually “unrolling” its coil of electrode layers using an algorithm designed for papyrus scrolls.

Faraday Institution launches new Industry Fellowship programme

To foster relationships between industry and academic researchers

The Faraday Institution announces a further £55 million for energy storage research

Research to focus on industry-defined goals to improve performance of electric vehicles

Advance in understanding of solid-state batteries

Identifying a battery failure mechanism to engineer a better battery

The Faraday Institution awards £2m for battery analysis

Three projects awarded to create new tools for battery researchers at leading UK facilities

Meet Michael, the Supercomputer Designed to Accelerate UK Research for EV Batteries

First research challenges include the fast-charging of batteries, low temperature operation and thermal management of cells within battery packs

New CEO Appointed to Lead Faraday Institution’s Battery Revolution

Neil Morris Brings Expertise in Business and Operations from the Energy Sector to Energy Storage Research Programme


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