The government has pledged to cut greenhouse gas emissions to close to zero by 2050, meaning the electric car industry is vital.
Electric vehicles could soon be cheaper to run and faster to charge thanks to research into the next generation of battery tech.
Six British universities have won a £55m grant from the Faraday Institution to research how to make it more efficient to power eco-friendly cars in a bid to make them more compelling and affordable.
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