£12 million to boost British battery material production through science

The UK keeps pushing to grow a British battery supply chain. Now University of Warwick has been awarded twelve million pounds to boost EV batteries. Plans include creating a new R&D centre and "turbocharging" the scale-up of battery materials manufacturing, also by tying into existing initiatives.

Research into sodium-ion battery manufacturing processes

In the NaNaBatt project, EAS Batteries, Ionic Liquids Technologies and three institutes at TU Braunschweig are developing production processes for sodium-ion cells that are primarily intended to be sustainable and cost-efficient. The results should contribute to the further development of German battery cell production.
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