Value Chain


  • New concepts and IP
  • Material R&D
  • Materials developers and scale-up
  • Material suppliers
  • Cell and Pack developers, manufacturers and suppliers
  • Applications
  • OEMs
  • End-users


My name is DR Emmanuel Eweka,


“A highly motivated and experienced Chief Battery scientist / Electrochemist with significant expertise in Lithium Battery and Supercapacitor development and a proven track record of, innovation: progressing ideas from concept (Technology Readiness Level, TRL 0)  through to advanced, pre – production prototypes(TRL 7) and successfully delivering ground-breaking solutions in high risk global projects”



“A recognised battery expert world-wide”



“I have over 24 years’ experience in developing novel energy storage solutions for applications in the military, industry and commercial sectors”



“I am well connected in the field of energy storage and have worked with leading researchers and organisations and suppliers in this area; I am very familiar with and have extensive contacts within the value chain”


Key Roles

  • Electrochemical Energy Storage consultant (September 2016 – Present)
  • Electrochemical Energy Storage Team Lead  at Dyson (December 2011 – August 2016)
  • Chief Electrochemist and Battery Scientist at QinetiQ (November 2000 – November 2011)

Other Roles


  • Technical Lead (Dyson and QinetiQ)
  • Manager of Innovation (Dyson and QinetiQ)
  • Manager of IP portfolio (QinetiQ)
  • Manager and Champion of QinetiQ / University collaborations (Dyson and QinetiQ)
  • Internal and External Battery Consultant (Dyson and QinetiQ)
  • PhD and postdoctoral research fellow at Southampton University developing various aspects of lithium batteries (1988 -2000)
  • Portable applications (e.g. mobile phones, cordless vacuum cleaners, laptops, tablets, etc)
  • Domestic Energy Storage (Fuel cells for CHP and batteries for Energy and Cost Efficient Domestic Energy Storage)
  • Renewable energy (Batteries to act as energy storage for wind and solar applications)
  • Stationary (energy storage for grid and micro grid applications)
  • Electric Vehicles (energy and cost efficient batteries to improve range and reduce emission levels – remove dependence on fossil fuels such as oil)
  • Nuclear Energy
  • Hybrid and  complimentary energy storage systems such as batteries / supercapacitors for a range of applications including grid, renewable and electrification
  • Non-aqueous Li – Air Technology

projects that I have led and executed successfully

  • Delivery of a high power 18650 (> 6 minutes discharge) cell with >10% better performance than commercial state of the art
  • Delivery of a £4m Battery prototyping and R&D facility
  • £2M EU funded programme to develop, build and deliver a number of large (>3 kF) supercapacitors and low cost high energy lithium ion batteries to enable efficient energy management under an IoE infrastructure.
  • £5M programme to Ministry of Defence for the development and maturation of portable power solutions.
  • £1.5m UK Government (TSB, Technology Strategy Board) - funded programme in collaboration with ABSL (battery manufacturer) and Boeing (end user) to develop and deliver high rate battery prototypes (TRL 6) for APU start up.
  • EU Framework programme to develop a bespoke triangular battery based on QinetiQ’s high energy primary battery technology for a miniaturised sensor device to reliably detect falls in the elderly.



Advice, support and short reports on:

  • Technology analysis, Due diligence and audit (as an independent third party)
  • Company / competitor visits (as an independent third party)
  • Competitor technology analysis
  •  World leading, researchers, developers and suppliers of State of the art and next generation Lithium battery anodes, cathodes, electrolytes and separators
  • Short and fixed term internal R&D contracts


  • Disruptive battery technologies
  • Ground-breaking energy storage technologies
  • Novel battery technologies (e.g. Solid state batteries)
  • New anode technologies (next generation Si-based anodes)
  • New cathode technologies ( Nickel and excess Lithium cathodes)
  • Electrolyte development opportunities (high performance, safer and low cost)
  • New current collectors (high performance, light weight and lower cost)
  • Materials Developers and Suppliers;
  • Cell developers and suppliers;
  • Pack developers and suppliers;
  • New potential applications for Li-ion batteries;
  • Company Technology Roadmaps
  •  Battery and supercapacitor Technologies
  • Concept and vision specifications to address current and future application requirements (batteries and supercapacitors)


  • Sizing and specification of batteries (and supercapacitors) to address the energy and power requirements for a range of applications
  • Specification based on cost and performance
  • Examples of applications :

            - Consumer electronics – cordless hand-held devices such as vacuum cleaners and power tools, laptops, GPS, media players

            - Energy - Solar, Wind, Grid

            - Transportation – HEVs, EVs, Aircraft

            - IoTs

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