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Neometals And SMS Form Lib-Recycling Joint Venture
Chemical Engineering
August 4, 2020
Project development company Neometals Ltd. (West Perth, Australia) and SMS group GmbH (Düsseldorf, Germany) have announced the creation of a 50:50 joint venture. The new company will be known as Primobius GmbH (
American Battery eyes Q1 2021 start for battery metal recycling plant
S&P Global
July 29, 2020
American Battery Metals said July 29 that it expects to commission the first phase of its planned lithium-ion battery metal recycling plant in Nevada during the first quarter of 2021 following the purchase of an industrially-zoned property for the project’s construction.
Growing a Globally Competitive U.S. Recycling Industry for Lithium-Ion Batteries
July 9, 2020
In February 2019, the U.S. Department of Energy launched the ReCell Center, an advanced battery recycling R&D center, to solve the problem of how to recycle lithium-ion batteries in the United States. ReCell is a consortium consisting of Argonne National Laboratory, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the University of California San Diego, Michigan Technological University, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Recovering usable battery-grade materials from shredded Li-ion cells
Charged Electric Vehicles Magazine
July 9, 2020
It’s usually one of the first objections cited by EV naysayers: batteries can’t or won’t be recycled, and they contain hazardous materials that will end up in landfills. In fact, no such sinister scenario is likely—most of the components of Li-ion batteries are valuable, and it’s quite feasible, technically and economically, to recycle them.
CATL and Honda form strategic alliance on batteries for new energy vehicles
Autonomous Vehicle Technology
July 13, 2020
Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Limited (CATL) and Honda have signed an agreement to form a strategic alliance on new energy vehicle batteries to strengthen their strategic partnership and promote the popularization of electrified vehicles.
Can Europe be a contender in electric-vehicle batteries?
Chemical & Engineering News
July 13, 2020
What a run it has been. Since displacing the horse 100 years ago, the combustion engine has become the go-to technology for transportation the world over. But its reign has been a filthy one.
‘Million-mile’ batteries are coming. Are they a revolution?
July 11, 2020
Electric vehicles (EVs) have a clear environmental advantage over their gas-guzzling counterparts, but when it comes to longevity, the two are in a dead heat. Two hundred thousand miles is considered a good, long run for a car built today, regardless of whether it’s powered by a lithium battery or an internal combustion engine.