£1.5 million invested to support growing UK battery developers

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Funding will be used to develop innovative battery manufacturing, demonstration, scale-up and recycling projects.
Small and medium sized (SME) battery developers from across the UK are to benefit from £1.5 million in funding from the Faraday Battery Challenge (FBC), delivered by Innovate UK.

Projects involve cylindrical and pouch cell technologies and will bring advanced lithium titanate oxide (LTO) battery technology and a new cathode active material (CAM) to the UK for the first time.

Read more on the UKRI website here.

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