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14 06 2018 02

The UK government’s Faraday Battery Challenge worth 22 million pounds in funding has selected the winning projects. Among them are ultra-fast charging solid-state batteries from partners such as Honda or an electrified drive train from McLaren Automotive.

Start with solid-state batteries said to charge extra fast. The PowerDrive Line project unites battery firm Ilika Technologies, Honda, environmental consultancy Ricardo, University College London, and the Centre for Process Innovation.

Together they are working on a lithium-based solid-state battery for electric cars. Their work has won them £2.3m in grant funding from the government that is interested in learning how to scale those batteries and if production in the UK is feasible.

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