Faraday Insights

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. The insights are concise briefings that aim to help bridge knowledge gaps across industry, academia, and government.

If you would like to suggest a subject for a future Insight, please contact us.

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Faraday Reports

Faraday Institution Annual Reports

TECHNOLOGY ROADMAPS

The following Faraday Institution technology roadmaps present an overview of the fundamental challenges impeding the commercial development of a range of energy storage technologies, the necessary advances to understand the underlying science, and the multidisciplinary approach being taken by our researchers in facing these challenges. It is our hope that these roadmaps will guide academia, industry, and funding agencies towards the further development of such batteries in the future.

EXTERNAL REPORTS

The following reports were commissioned by the Faraday Institution or represent key publications in which the Faraday Institution played a contributing role.

Faraday Briefings

In addition to our Faraday Insights, the organisation also circulates short press briefings on subjects topical to energy storage policy and market adoption. These provide comment from subject area experts and background information providing insight to journalists.

We welcome approaches from journalists seeking comment on a range of subject areas around battery research, innovation, roll-out and policy. Please contact Communications Lead Louise Gould to set up an interview.

CONTACT

Contact Stephen Gifford, Chief Economist, stephen.gifford@faraday.ac.uk +44 1235 425300
regarding economics or policy studies being undertaken by the Faraday Institution.

Scientific papers published as part of the Faraday Institution’s research programmes can be found here.

NEWS FEEDS / SOCIAL MEDIA

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