Faradion’s Partners

Faradion is working on collaborative projects with several world-leading companies and institutions, including: –



AGM Batteries Limited
AGM Batteries works with clients and partners to scale new battery cell technologies through to manufacture​.  Their business involves the transfer of developed ‘pilot scale’ processes to their facility.  They also work with Research groups and pilot scale facilities in the earlier stages of development to aid with Design for Manufacture.

Technology Development
AGM Batteries Ltd assists clients in the development of new battery cell technology, with a particular focus on design for manufacture.

The team has extensive experience in electro-chemistry, cell technology development, scaling for manufacture and bringing new product to market. Client confidentiality is key to AGM Batteries success and they are experienced in the Firewalling of client projects and data.

Who are AGM Batteries Limited
AGM is a company that manufactures advanced Lithium battery cells, develops and supplies AGM branded rechargeable Li-ion and non-rechargeable Lithium cells. They also provide a manufacturing service for client companies, producing cells on their behalf. They have the flexibility to manufacture a broad range of chemistries and cell types in pouch or cylindrical formats for our clients under sub-contract or as a Licensee.

Sharp is a leading global specialist in solar energy solutions. And not just since yesterday – over 55 years’ experience is a testament to their heritage, know-how and reliability.

As a competence centre for connected energy solutions they provide:

  • Solar modules for environmentally friendly energy production
  • Battery storage for time-independent use of stored energy
  • The “Smart Chap” Energy Manager to monitor and control energy use
  • LED luminaires to reduce energy consumption

Sharp creates energy in an environmentally friendly way and uses it wisely to enable a more comfortable lifestyle, making a positive contribution to society on a global scale.

Haldor Topsoe is a world leader in catalysis, committed to helping their customers achieve optimal performance – getting the most out of their processes and products, using the least possible engergy and resources.

They supply high-performance catalysts, proprietary technologies, process design, engineeing, and services for use in the chemical and oil & gas industries, and we are at the forefront of developing sustainable technologies.

Their solutions address pressing global challenges, such as improving energy efficiency, enhancing food production for the world’s growing population, and protecting our environment.

WMG is one of the world’s leading research and education groups, designing solutions and overcoming challenges through collaborative R&D and world class education.

An academic department of the University of Warwick, they have over 500 people working across seven dedicated research and education centres, on the Warwick campus, plus collaborative centres in seven countries. With an annual programme of £180m, which includes industrial and in-kind support, they continually invest in state-of-the-art facilities and expertise to keep at the forefront of innovation in our research, education and knowledge transfer activities.


As advocates of manufacturing, innovation and technology, their senior staff provide policy advice to the UK government and research organisations. They also provide advice to many overseas governments, who have visited to study how they operate, in order to develop similar initiatives in their own countries. They are a beacon of how universities work with businesses, and as such host many high profile, national and international, visits to show the impact that can be created.

WMG is passionate about enthusing the next generation of engineers, scientists and technologists, and both staff and students support a programme of public engagement activities which show the breadth of these subjects in a fun and engaging way.


The University of Oxford’s distinctive structure, born of its history, is a source of strength.

Oxford is a collegiate university, consisting of the central University and colleges. The central University is composed of academic departments and research centres, administrative departments, libraries and museums. The 38 colleges are self-governing and financially independent institutions, which are related to the central University in a federal system. There are also six permanent private halls, which were founded by different Christian denominations and which still retain their Christian character.

The different roles of the colleges and the University have evolved over time.


Williams Advanced Engineering is the technology and engineering services business of the Williams Group. They provide world class technical innovation, engineering, testing, and manufacturing services to deliver energy efficient performance to the Automotive, Motorsport, Civil Aerospace, Defence, Sports Science and Energy Sectors. They specialise in Lightweight Materials, Hybrid Power Systems and Electronics, Advanced Aerodynamics, Vehicle Dynamics, and Holistic Integration Capabilities

They combine cutting edge technology and the industry’s best engineers, with a precision and speed to market derived from four decades of success in the ultra competitive environment of Formula One. Working in close collaboration with our customers and partners, Williams Advanced Engineering creates energy efficient performance to meet the sustainability challenges of the 21st Century.

A 21st-century civic university
The University of Sheffield was founded over a hundred years ago, founded on the aspirations and financial support of the people of Sheffield. They wanted to establish a university which would benefit their economy, health and children.  These far-sighted men and women could only have wondered at what would follow. Today they are a global community and their citizenship stretches around the world into over 150 countries. Like the city, their staff and students have roots and connections all over our planet.  What they continue to do is based on their values and rooted in their founding principles.

Their approach inspires innovative collaboration across subject areas and with individuals, businesses and organisations to solve the more pressing problems the university does face, both close to home and around the world.  Being a civic university means that they are a place for open debate, for working together to solve problems and making partnerships which challenge and inspire new thinking. The university is open to people, to change and to possibility.

These partnerships are helping to accelerate the development of Faradion’s novel technology.