Photo reel from FGL's launch event at the Scottish National Museum, 12 Dec 2017.
The Faraday Grid launched its prototype for the Faraday Exchanger at a live demonstration at Scotland’s National Museum in Edinburgh yesterday. The Faraday Grid technology will deliver massive carbon and economic savings to UK and represents a reimagining of the electricity network. Over a hundred energy sector specialists, academics, and investors from around the world attended the launch to witness the Exchanger in action as it smooths the volatile electricity flows of renewable energy.
Faraday Grid Limited has appointed Richard Dowling as Chief Economist and Head of Government Affairs. As Chief Economist, Richard will lead the development, coordination and production of economic analysis at Faraday Grid. Richard has the additional remit of representing the firm with Government, academia, media and industry.
Faraday Grid Limited (FGL) chose to establish its headquarters in Edinburgh due to Scotland’s world-class engineering heritage and to take advantage of the talent pool of local universities, in particular the universities of Edinburgh and Strathclyde. The company is currently building its talent base to launch the Faraday Exchanger at scale prototype in late 2017.