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Morgan Advanced Materials awarded the 2021 TRI Chairman's Safety Award, at the Refractories Institute annual spring meeting.
Morgan Advanced Materials improves on prior performance and is awarded the Silver EcoVadis Medal for sustainability. The medal is in recognition of an overall score that represents the improvements made across the four pillars of ESG (Environment, Labor & Human Rights, Ethics and Sustainable Procurement). This result places Morgan among the top 25 percent of companies assessed by EcoVadis.
At Morgan Advanced Materials we like to celebrate our milestones. With a long and rich history spanning over 165 years, it’s important for us to recognise the achievements of our business.
Morgan Advanced Materials has announced that it has been recognised as a winner in the 2022 Manufacturing Leadership Awards for its outstanding achievement in Sustainability and the Circular Economy.
A consortium set-up to develop the next generation in battery technology has received a significant boost, with the donation of a pioneering advanced material to the project. Morgan Advanced Materials has provided Lucideon with a high-performance lithium conducting solid-electrolyte material, which is not yet available in the marketplace.
At Morgan Advanced Materials we are contributing to a more sustainable world and striving to make a positive difference. We take our purpose and commitments seriously, with plans in place to deliver a step change in our environmental performance.
By Richard Clark, Global Lead of Energy Storage
Originally published in ACerS Bulletin, January/February 2022, Vol. 101, Iss. 1. https://ceramics.org. Displayed here with permission.
Following Morgan Advanced Materials’ announcement of our partnership with The Faraday Institution, who are powering the battery revolution in Britain, we are delighted to announce a new Industry sprint, focused on lithium-ion conducting fibre for composite solid-state electrolytes.
Morgan Advanced Materials plc has partnered with The Faraday Institution, who are powering the battery revolution in Britain, to form an Industry Sprint focused on solid state metal anode batteries (SSB).
The Midlands Industrial Ceramics Group has secured £18.27 million in government funding provided through UK Research and Innovation’s flagship Strength in Places Fund (SIPF), to put the area firmly on the map as a global centre for advanced ceramics.