The Birmingham Energy Institute would like to congratulate the Faraday Institution's Recycling of lithium-ion Batteries (ReLiB) project on securing a further £4.8 million in funding.
Dr Paul Anderson and Dr Gavin Harper speak to BBC News about the need for a high-tech recycling industry to manage the end of life for electric vehicle batteries.
The UK must act now to ensure a stable supply of technology-critical metals (TCMs) essential for its transition to clean energy, according to a new Policy Commission report produced by the University of Birmingham.
The UK's capacity for electrical energy storage is projected to increase up to ten times by 2050, without adequate preparation, the rapid expansion of storage technologies could obstruct progress to a net-zero society.
The new Africa Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Cooling and Cold Chain (ACES) has taken a major step forward in Rwanda with a $3.5 (£2.4 million) million funding boost.
The University of Birmingham will build the UK's first re-manufacturing line for high-performance sintered rare earth magnets for use in electric vehicles, aerospace, renewable energy and low carbon technologies
Sir David Eastwood has joined the vice-chancellors of the seven other universities in writing a joint letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer and Secretary of State for BEIS asking them to support funding for energy.