13 Jun '18, 9am

Next-gen battery tech gets Faraday Challenge funding

Next-gen battery tech gets Faraday Challenge funding

Jaguar Land Rover is involved in a project - led by Cheshire-based ICoNiChem - that will recycle batteries and develop the first UK industrial scale capability to reclaim and reuse essential metals used in the cells. Aston Martin Lagonda is running a project developing better performance battery packs too; both of which have been awarded grants from the Faraday Battery Challenge.

Full article: http://www.nextgreencar.com/news/8418/nextgen-battery-tec...

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