LITHIUM ION

The Faraday Institution’s portfolio of research includes six projects that aim to optimise the performance of lithium-ion technologies.

LITHIUM ION CATHODE MATERIALS

The Faraday Institution is funding two project consortia in this area with the aim of delivering cathodes that hold more charge, that can withstand prolonged cycling, while reducing the dependency of cell manufacturers on cobalt.

BEYOND LITHIUM ION

There are fundamental limits to the performance improvements that can be expected from the deployment of Li-ion technology. Longer term, step changes in EV cost, range and safety will have to rely on the commercialisation of new battery chemistries.

Find out more about the Faraday Institution’s projects focusing on battery technologies beyond Li-ion.

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