Faradion was started in 2011, by Dr Jerry Barker, Dr Chris Wright and Ashwin Kumaraswamy, to develop and bring to market sodium-ion technology. It has developed a strategic, wide-reaching and extensive IP portfolio, comprising 21 patent families covering Na-ion technology.
It was founded on the premise that sodium-ion batteries are cheaper and safer than lithium-ion, with a higher energy density and a wider operating temperature range than other batteries. With this combination of cost, safety and performance Faradion’s sodium-ion batteries are now being manufactured by our licensees and partners to demonstrate the benefits of the technology in real-world applications.
Sodium-ion batteries are recognised as an emergent technology and a key part of the solution for cheaper, cleaner energy provision. If you are interested in exploring licensing or investment opportunities in sodium-ion technology then please get in touch with us.