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JM announces new net zero targets as it opens new state-of-the-art Battery Technology Centre in Oxford

  • Date 11 May 2021

Johnson Matthey (JM), a global leader in sustainable technologies, today announces a further strategic development in the commercialisation of eLNO, its portfolio of leading nickel rich advanced cathode materials. The official opening, performed by the Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng MP, Secretary of State for the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, of its state of the art Battery Technology Centre near Oxford, UK, enables JM to drive rapid improvements in battery performance for customers and sustainable, secure value chains, aligned with its vision for a cleaner, healthier world.

Decarbonising transportation is a critical step in helping societies and industries meet their ambitious net zero emission targets. Battery electric vehicles are central to realising a net zero future. As a leader in sustainable technologies, Johnson Matthey’s portfolio of high-performance battery materials will enable electric cars to have a greater range and recharge faster.

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