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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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