Faraday Insights

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.

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Lithium-Sulfur Batteries: Lightweight Technology for Multiple Sectors

Building a Responsible Cobalt Supply Chain

Lithium, Cobalt and Nickel: The Gold Rush of the 21st Century

Solid-State Batteries: The Technology of the 2030s but the Research Challenge of the 2020s

Electric Vehicle and Battery Safety Skills for Emergency Services, Vehicle Repair, and Auto Retailers

Bringing Cheap, Clean and Reliable Energy to Developing Countries

The Gigafactory Boom: the Demand for Battery Manufacturing in the UK

The Road to Electrification – From the Internal Combustion Engine to the Battery Electric Vehicle

Faraday Reports

UK Electric Vehicle and Battery Production Potential to 2040

Faraday Institution's Annual Report 2018/19

High-Energy Battery Technologies

TECHNOLOGY ROADMAPS

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.

2020 Roadmap on Solid-state Batteries

CONTACT

Contact Stephen Gifford, Chief Economist, stephen.gifford@faraday.ac.uk +44 1235 425300
regarding economics or policy studies being undertaken by the Faraday Institution.

Scientific papers published as part of the Faraday Institution’s research programmes can be found here.

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