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Project to develop next generation electric vehicle batteries

Project to develop next generation electric vehicle batteries
Working alongside LiNa Energy and Lancaster University, The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) is supporting the development of a robust, low-cost and high performance energy storage battery to replace existing lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries, as part of a collaboration aiming to accelerate the introduction of next generation automotive batteries.
21st January 2019

Project to develop battery cells for niche EVs

Project to develop battery cells for niche EVs
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) is working in a collaboration, funded under the Government’s Faraday Challenge initiative, to develop UK-made battery cells for niche electric vehicles. The project aims to design and deliver a range of battery cells to suit suppliers’ individual technical challenges for a range of niche vehicles including buses, emergency vehicles and marine craft amid amplifying demand for environmentally-friendlier transport.
18th December 2018

Lithium innovations for future electric vehicles

Lithium innovations for future electric vehicles
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) has set to help develop the next generation of batteries capable of extending electric vehicles’ mileage range. CPI is collaborating on the Lithium Innovations for Future Electric vehicles (LIFE) project with lead-partner OXIS Energy, a company that is focused on the development of Lithium-Sulfur battery chemistry.
16th August 2018


Collaboration designs tyres that reduce carbon emissions

Collaboration designs tyres that reduce carbon emissions
The UK’s technology innovation provider for process manufacturing, the Centre for Process Innovation (CPI), has announced that it is collaborating with Bath University and Silent Sensors to develop a key component for the future of intelligent tyres, using piezoelectric energy harvesting, which converts mechanical motion into electrical energy. This component will be part of the innovative Silent Sensors Tyre Management System (TMS) for vehicles.
30th March 2017


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