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Johnson Matthey ramps up ‘high-energy’ material investment

Fri, 05/31/2019 - 12:24 -- John Shepherd
Johnson Matthey ramps up ‘high-energy’ material investment

UK-based Johnson Matthey (JM) is ramping up investment in developing its “ultra-high energy” battery cathode material and plans to open customer application testing centres in the UK and Japan.

JM said it has made “significant progress” in commercialising its enhanced lithium nickel oxide (eLNO) material— and has signed its first long-term supply agreement for raw materials with Canada’s Nemaska Lithium. 

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UK names new battery institute consortium

Tue, 10/10/2017 - 10:57 -- Xuan Zhong
UK names new battery institute consortium

Seven UK universities have been named as members of a consortium to spearhead national research and development of the battery industry under the government-backed Faraday Challenge investment programme.

The GBP246 million ($323.3m) first phase of investment in the Faraday Challenge was announced earlier this year to boost innovation and the “scale-up of battery technology" as part of the government’s wider industrial strategy in the run-up to Brexit.

 

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