Parent company of Britishvolt suitor faces being struck off Companies House

The Australian firm that successfully bid to take over the stalled Britishvolt project in Northumberland faces being struck off the register of British companies.
A first Gazette notice of compulsory strike off has been published at Companies House against Scale Facilitation, the parent company of Recharge Industries, which agreed an £8.6m deal with the administrators to buy the business and assets of failed battery start-up Britishvolt. That deal, which revived hopes of a gigafactory employing 3,000 people at Cambois, was announced in February but has yet to be completed.
Earlier this year it emerged Recharge Industries had defaulted on its payments to administrators EY …