Synthomer nets funding for electric vehicle project

Essex, UK – Materials supplier Synthomer PLC and partners University College of London (UCL) and Nexeon Ltd, have been awarded £7 million (€8 million) in Innovative UK funding for a project to develop better materials for Li-ion batteries.

In a 5 Jan statement, Synthomer said the work was “an essential step” to achieving electric vehicles (EVs) with a range of 400 miles and above.

The project is called SUNRISE, which stands for Synthomer, UCL and Nexeon’s Rapid Improvement in the Storage of Energy.

Innovate UK will fund the…

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