Battery research and system integration as an enabler for the energy transition – in Europe and emerging economies

Battery research and system integration as an enabler for the energy transition – in Europe and emerging economies

Keeping the lights on

In our session “Keeping the lights on” on 11th May, Ian Ellerington, Head of Technology Transfer, Faraday Institution, delivered a presentation on battery research and system integration as an enabler for the energy transition – in Europe and emerging economies.

Ian Ellerington, Head of Technology Transfer, Faraday Institution

Ian joined the Faraday Institution after six years in central government where he worked on designing and implementing innovation programmes in the energy sector. He was responsible for the government’s energy innovation programme in the Department of Energy and Climate Change and continued in the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy as Head of Disruptive Energy Technologies and Green Finance Innovation.

Ian is an engineer with more that 20 years of experience, as a research project manager, developing new products and operational management in the public and private sectors.

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