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In line with its industrial strategy, the Government is poised to invest £246m on battery technology – funding research and development breakthroughs – according to the Telegraph – with Greg Clarke, the business secretary, set to emphasise the importance of “cutting -edge energy plans”, including battery power and electric, driverless vehicles.
Academic and industry experts also agree that effective electrical energy storage will play a crucial role in moving to a world powered by low-carbon electricity.
Read more on some of the work at Imperial that could help you…
Automated, electric driving – a dream team to save the planet? by Dr Gregory J. Offer whose research is based around fuel cell, battery and supercapacitor technology, and their application, mostly in transport.
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Available ON DEMAND. First of four, educational webinars exploring a multi-disciplinary approach to Fetal Medicine delivered by international experts, led by Imperial College London’s Professor Christoph Lees, and supported by GE HealthCare. read more
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan announced the launch of Better Futures - an incubator focused on clean-tech startups to be led by Sustainable Bridges and delivered by the GLA, Imperial College London, Imperial Consultants and OPDC (Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation). read more