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Collage of poster winners Daisy Thornton, Ruihuan Ge, and Yvonne Chart.

ECR Conference and Training Event poster winners

We are delighted to announce the winners of the poster competition at the Faraday Institution ECR Conference and Training Event

Dominic Grantley-Smith – Training Manager

A warm welcome to Dominic Grantley-Smith on his appointment to the role of Training Manager.

Will Richardson

Will Richardson – Research Project Manager

A warm welcome to Will Richardson on his appointment to the role of Research Project Manager.

Research Opportunity

Apply for new research topics which will complement four major Faraday Institution application-inspired energy storage research projects.

Interns in the lab

FUSE 2022

We were delighted to welcome 55 talented and enthusiastic interns to work with our research community. View their scientific posters.

US UK Battery Workshop First in an Ongoing Collaboration

Leading energy storage researchers from the UK Faraday Institution and the US Department of Energy and its National Laboratories met in July to share research findings and identify areas for collaboration at a workshop held at the Royal Institution.

Peter F Green and Deputy Laboratory Director, Science and Technology at NREL and Professor Pam Thomas, Faraday Institution shaking hands

The Faraday Institution and NREL sign MOU in support of US UK joint battery research

Initial focus to reduce reliance on critical materials and enable recycling of lithium-ion batteries

Jon Leong – Business Intelligence Manger

A warm welcome to Jon Leong on his appointment to the role of Business Intelligence Manager.

Map of the locations of the over 40 gigafactories that have been announced in Europe, listing their capacities in 2025 and 2030, the manufacturer, and whether the gigafactory is currently open, under construction or has been announced. Three gigafactories are listed for the UK, two for AESC-Envision and one for Britishvolt, all in northeast England. 13 are listed in Germany.

Faraday Institution publishes 2022 update to its study “UK Electric Vehicle and Battery Production Potential to 2040”

Growing optimism but redoubling of efforts needed to keep pace with investments across Europe.

Faraday Institution widens research scope to inform priorities for future research

The Faraday Institution has initiated 16 small, fast-paced, focused projects in areas not covered within its existing battery research portfolio, widening its research scope, and set of university partners.

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