The applications are now closed. 

The Faraday Institution is looking to nominate a cohort of inaugural Battery Ambassadors, one per country, with the goal of further promoting battery technology and energy storage research and networking across sub–Saharan Africa, South Asia and the Indo-Pacific. This is in partnership with the Transforming Energy Access Learning Partnership (TEA-LP) as part of the Ayrton Challenge on Energy Storage (ACES). 

The vision is to create a strong Battery Network of professionals working in this sector, that will enable knowledge transfer and skill development that supports the advancement of the clean energy transition. Battery Ambassadors will play a key role in gathering battery experts in their country to be part of this initiative. 

Eligible countries 

We have currently reopened applications for South Africa.

Eligibility 

 Who are we looking to work with? 

 What must you be able to demonstrate? 

 What do we offer? 

How will applications be judged? 

A diverse judging panel will score applications on the following: 

Final selection will take account scoring and the need to achieve a geographic spread of Battery Ambassadors. 

Terms and conditions

How to apply 

Applications need to be made via Flexi-Grant using using this link.

As part of your application, you will be asked to provide: 

The closing date for applications is 23rd June 2024. 

Selection process 

Applications will be reviewed by a diverse panel from the energy community.  

Notification 

Candidates will be notified of whether they have been successful in June 2024. 

Questions 

For any questions relating to the Battery Ambassador Scheme, please contact [email protected] 

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