Faraday report highlights need for more gigafactories in UK

The Faraday Institution predicts that there will be demand for 10 UK-based gigafactories (large, high volume battery manufacturing facilities) by 2040, each producing 20 GWh per year of batteries – but says the country must move quickly to secure more investment and keep up with demand for electric vehicles.

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Britishvolt: Battery ecosystem makes UK “best place to develop batteries in Europe”

Britishvolt believes that Britain’s pre-existing battery ecosystem and infrastructure makes it the perfect location for its Gigaplant as the company continues on its collaborative journey to assist the country’s car manufacturing industry as it transitions to electrification.

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Consortium established to develop prototype solid-state batteries for EVs

A consortium of seven UK-based organisations has signed a memorandum of understanding to combine ambitions to develop world-leading prototype solid-state battery technology, targeting automotive applications.

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