AceOn has been awarded a £1 million grant from Innovate UK to accelerate development work on its mobile solar energy storage unit.
The newly-designed product will use Sheffield-based Faradion’s sodium-ion batteries – the first
time its technology is in commercial use in sub-Saharan Africa.
Market leader in sodium-ion technology Faradion welcomes additional investment in battery technology in the UK
Faradion welcomes the recent announcement by Nissan to build a battery gigafactory with Chinese manufacturer Envision in Britain. It underscores an opportunity for the UK to take a leading role in next-generation battery technologies and create thousands of new jobs. However, more must be done for the UK to show global leadership in the sector.Read More
CATL announcement this week underscores opportunity for the UK to take a leading role in battery technology
CATL announcement this week underscores opportunity for the UK to take a leading role in battery technologyRead More
A new report by leading think tank Bridge India identifies Faradion as a leading case study of an innovative, IP-led British company succeeding globally.Read More
Faradion, the world leader in sodium-ion battery technology, announces a collaboration and licensing deal with AMTE Power
UK based battery manufacturer AMTE Power and Sheffield-based Faradion Ltd., the world leader in sodium-ion battery technology, have announced a collaboration which combines Faradion’s IP with AMTE Power’s design and manufacturing capabilities.Read More
Phillips 66 (NYSE: PSX) and Faradion have launched a technical collaboration to develop lower-cost and higher-performing anode materials for sodium-ion batteries.Read More
Faradion’s new brand reinforces the company’s investment in innovation and builds on its commitment to bring about a battery revolution.Read More
Leading industry magazine from India, EMobility+, featured an exclusive article from our Operations Manager Dr Ruth Sayers in their October 2020 issue with her thoughts on […]Read More