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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.

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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.

UK-based consortium established to develop prototype solid-state batteries

MOU signed between Johnson Matthey, Faraday Institution, Britishvolt, Oxford University, UK Battery Industrialisation Centre, Emerson & Renwick and University of Warwick

Battery research moves to next stage of commercialisation

Faraday Institution research progresses to Innovate UK development projects

Faster, greener technique invented to improve recycling process for electric vehicle batteries

Ultrasonic delamination technique developed by researchers at the Universities of Leicester and Birmingham to return high purity materials to new battery manufacture

Faraday Institution commits a further £22.6m to battery research to deliver commercial impact

Integrated project on battery safety launched.

Faraday Institution Strengthens Board of Trustees

Distinguished leaders in energy innovation, analysis and distribution will help guide energy storage research programmes for automotive and other sectors

New facility accelerates battery recycling research

The new battery testing and storage facilities represents an investment of about £590,000.

Step forward in mechanistic understanding of oxygen-redox processes in lithium-rich battery cathodes

Informing practical strategies towards higher energy density batteries.

Cambridge Cleantech and the Faraday Institution to support energy storage companies through STEPS programme

Harwell Campus and Allia will be testbeds for SMEs demonstrating new energy storage innovations

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