SPICE project to boost silicon anode production: Page 2 of 2

June 12, 2019 //By Nick Flaherty
A UK research project aims to optimise the coating technology for a silicon anode in a battery, reducing costs and improving the cell performance.
A UK research project aims to optimise the coating technology for a silicon anode in a battery, reducing costs and improving the cell performance.

“We are excited to put our advanced coating technology to work in this important application,” said Bill Hopkins, Managing Director of PSI, which is based just outside Brighton. “Silicon anodes are key to the development of next generation batteries, and we believe that coating the silicon material can enhance its potential even further, and speed market adoption.”

“The SPICE project creates the potential for higher performing cells with reduced overall battery costs,” said Ian Whiting, Business Development Director at AGM. “We plan to build on the planned success of the SPICE project through scale-up of cell production and supply into the market.”

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