We provide analysis and insights into topics related to energy storage, electric vehicles, materials supply chain and recycling to government bodies at the local, regional, and national level.
The Importance of Charging Infrastructure to the Electric Vehicle Revolution
Techno-Economic Analysis of Battery Energy Storage for Reducing Fossil Fuel Use in SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
UK EV and Battery Production Potential to 2040
The Faraday Institution provides an independent, evidence-based understanding of battery economics, societal issues, capabilities, and competitive position through commissioned studies and insights publications. The aim is to bridge knowledge gaps across industry, academia and government. As part of this remit the team provides briefings to policy makers and responses to public consultations.
The Faraday Institution regularly publishes Faraday Insights, evidence-based assessments of the market, economics, commercial potential, and capabilities for energy storage technologies and the transition to a fully electric UK.
If you would like to suggest a subject for a future Insight, please contact us.
Faraday Insights and Reports are included in the Government Office for Science’s Emerging Technologies Resource Library, which includes over 300 technology reports available for use by teams across government to facilitate knowledge sharing.
The following reports were commissioned by the Faraday Institution or represent key publications in which the Faraday Institution played a contributing role.
Input into Inquiries and Consultations
The Faraday Institution provides detailed written and oral responses to government inquiries and consultations to inform the UK’s transition to energy storage technologies:
Contact Stephen Gifford, Chief Economist, [email protected] +44 1235 425300
regarding economics or policy studies being undertaken by the Faraday Institution.