The Faraday Institution’s Training and Diversity Panel advises the organisation on how best to achieve its ambitious aims of creating a dynamic, diverse, driven pool of talent to work in the battery technology sector of the future. The panel brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise from academia, industry and the public sector.

In March 2022, multiple panel members came the end of their term, and following an open recruitment process, the Faraday Institution reformed a refreshed and diverse panel. The new panel brings new voices and perspectives from industry, academia, and organisations with shared values, combining to bring a wealth of expertise that will inform future planning.