William Blythe Win Faraday Challenge Funding

12.12.2017 | 14:17

William Blythe are pleased to announce that they will be starting a new project in collaboration with 5 other partners after successfully being awarded InnovateUK funding as part of the Faraday Challenge. The project will be led by OXIS Energy and will focus on the development of a next generation cell and module which is suitable for electric vehicles such as buses and trucks by targeting the improved power and life cycle requirements needed by these larger automotives.


Lithium Sulfur (LiS) batteries have been selected as the most appropriate cell chemistry to investigate in this project. William Blythe will be contributing to the three year project through the development and supply of novel materials to improve the cell performance.


The team at William Blythe are looking forward to working with all partners involved on this project as the company continues to target the Energy Storage sector with its experience in advanced materials.  

home » News » News Detail