As well as our scientific research programmes, the Faraday Institution provides independent, evidence-based understanding of battery economics, societal issues, capabilities and competitive position through commissioned studies and insights publications. These aim is to bridge knowledge gaps across industry, academia and government.
Our “Faraday Insights” are concise briefings that aim to help bridge knowledge gaps across industry, academia and government. Published regularly, the Insights are prepared by authors from across the Faraday Institution network and coordinated by Stephen Gifford, Chief Economist.
If you would like to suggest a subject for a future Insight, please contact us.
The Faraday Institution project teams are developing technology roadmaps covering a range of areas of battery science and technology. Their purpose is to present an overview of the fundamental challenges impeding the development the particular technology for commercial use, the advances in science and technology necessary to understand the underlying science, and the multidisciplinary approach being taken by Faraday Institution researchers in facing these challenges. It is our hope that these roadmaps will guide academia, industry, and funding agencies towards the further development of such batteries in the future.
Externally led reports with Faraday Institution input.