Work With Us
In pursuit of our mission, the Faraday Institution collaborates with a wide range of organisations to deliver mutually beneficial outcomes. From industry to academia, from regional government to international partnerships, from other research institutions to the media, we are part of a growing network that seeks to transform the world we live in through electrification and energy storage.
We have ties with 85 industrial partners in the automotive, aerospace, battery, and materials sectors, working in collaborative relationships that help to identify application needs as we continue to reshape our research programmes. Collaborative opportunities, such as Industry Sprints and Fellowships, are increasing in number and delivering value. In collaboration with our university and training partners we seek to identify internship placement opportunities as a pathway to place individuals from our growing talent pool into industry roles. Contact us if you are an industry organisation looking to collaborate.
Image: Faraday Institution’s industry partners (blue triangles) and university partners (red circles).
We work closely with government bodies at the local, regional, and national level to provide evidence-based insights into topics related to energy storage, electric vehicles, materials supply chain and recycling. Our team of over 500 scientists and engineers offers technical expertise, briefings to policy makers, responses to public consultations, and tours of key laboratories at university partners. Contact Stephen Gifford, Chief Economist, to discuss policy advice and business intelligence.
We have a network of 27 university partners across the UK and established links to international research groups in the US and Europe. We are always open to exploring joint research collaborations where there is common cause and scientific value. Find out more about our research. Contact our project management team.
Faraday Institution spokespeople are frequently sought after to provide timely, insightful and independent response to media enquiries. Our team regularly engages with the media on a variety of topics including policy and UK investment, EV and battery demand, sustainable supply chains, trends in electrochemical storage research, and skills. Contact Louise Gould, Head of Communications, with media enquiries.
Investors in battery technologies
The Faraday Institutions offers a range of information and connections that may be of interest to analysts and the investment community with an interest in batteries, energy storage and associated technologies. If you are an investor and would like to learn more about investment opportunities in UK-based battery technology companies please contact [email protected].