2022/23 Annual Report
Download the Faraday Institution's 2022/2023 Annual Report.
Learn more about how the organisation is:
Driving discovery in application-inspired research
- 10 large-scale research projects
- 777 high quality scientific publications
Convening a world-class research community
- 500+ battery researchers working across 27 universities
Empowering industry through early-stage commercialisation
- 122 industrial partners
- 11 spin-out companies
- 40 inventions identified
Informing policy makers through evidence-based insights
- 18 Faraday Insights
- 12 national consultations
Creating a diverse and dynamic pool of talent
- 85 PhD researchers in a bespoke training programme
- 258 undergraduate interns
"The Faraday Institution continues to lead for the UK in identifying and investing in the most promising and impactful battery research initiatives. Building upon the sound platform that it has established, it convenes the battery research community to go from strength to strength. Our focussed portfolio of research, analysis, skills, and commercialisation activities will ensure that the UK can fully seize its potential to maximise the societal, environmental, and economic impacts that energy storage brings, while also cultivating a sovereign capability."
Professor Pam Thomas FInstP, CPhys
Chief Executive Officer
"A growing success story for the UK, the Faraday Institution harnesses the nation's strengths in energy storage science research and innovation. In an international landscape dominated by the race for advanced battery technologies, the UK is taking a central role in advancing the technology, propelled by the efforts of the Faraday Institution team and its robust community of 500 researchers."
Professor Peter B. Littlewood FRS
Chair, Faraday Institution