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UK battery industry boosted by initiatives worth £3.2 million


Coventry University, University College Birmingham and Newcastle University share funding to support regional battery sectors, workforce development and the UK’s transition to electrification.

The Faraday Battery Challenge (FBC) has appointed three leading universities to share £3.2 million in funding and support the UK’s regional battery sectors.

Coventry University, University College Birmingham and Newcastle University share funding to support regional battery sectors, workforce development and the UK’s transition to electrification. The universities will support the UK’s regional battery sectors in identifying and addressing their skills needs to ensure the UK elevates its transition to electrification and remains a global industry leader. FBC is delivered by Innovate UK as part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).

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