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Coventry University brings new capability to Faraday Institution LiSTAR project

We are delighted to announce that Coventry University has joined LiSTAR – the Faraday Institution’s research project developing lithium-sulfur technology, bringing a new capability to the consortium and removing a bottleneck in cell manufacturing

Faraday Institution Refreshes Board of Trustees

Distinguished leaders – Esther Hills and Hanno Kirner – will help guide energy storage research programmes for automotive and other sectors

Three further Industry Fellowships awarded to improve and commercialise battery technology

The Faraday Institution has awarded a further two Industry Fellowships to join the thirteen previously awarded in 2020 and 2021.

Harwell Campus to provide testbed demonstrating energy storage innovations

Interreg STEPS programme, Faraday Institution and Cambridge Cleantech enable collaboration of three SMEs

Gavin and Kieran of About Energy

Commercial UK battery modelling capability to speed up battery development in UK

About:Energy spun out from Imperial College London and University of Birmingham and awarded Entrepreneurial Fellowship

Battery developers team up to solve electric car puzzle

A bustling Newcastle University Campus. A mix of attractive old red brick buildings and modern glass buildings.

Faraday Institution Opens North East Regional Office in Newcastle University

The goal of the FINE office is to further integrate the region’s battery ecosystem to clear the path from research bench to innovation and commercial manufacture.

Agata Greszta

Four further Industry Fellowships awarded to solve critical industrial problems in battery research

These join the nine previously awarded in 2020 and 2021. A particularly warm welcome to the University of Bristol – a new university to the Faraday Institution

Two Engineers Using CAD Programming Software On Laptop

New National Electrification Skills Framework and Forum could put the UK at the forefront of the green revolution

New technologies and a skilled workforce are both essential to meet the challenge of net carbon zero. To ensure the UK is ready for the transition, a new skills framework has been created by WMG – University of Warwick, The Faraday Institution and the High Value Manufacturing Catapult.

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