Li-ion Battery Recycling
Every Cell Matters
RE-LITHIUM collects and recycles spent batteries from EV vehicles, hoverboards, electric scooters and various consumer electronics devices. With the global adoption of Li-ion battery technology rising to all time heights, the company is piloting technical solutions for circular use of batteries throughout their life cycle. RE-LITHIUM employs environmentally neutral processes in order to extend battery life and optimize use of precious Earth metals. Most batteries once unsuitable for original application, can be tested and reconfigured to provide battery storage for many more years.
RE-LITHIUM is European Li-ion battery experimental research facility focused on used battery reuse and recycling. In order to reach maximum recovery rates, all batteries are tested and reused in stationary energy storage solutions. In case of insufficient battery cell electric properties, the batteries are recycled to extract core raw materials. The company aims to reach maximum battery life and material recovery to make Li-ion production and use sustainable world-wide.
Second-life EV batteries: The newest value pool in energy storage
With continued global growth of electric vehicles (EV), a new opportunity for the power sector is emerging: stationary storage powered by used EV batteries, which could exceed 200 gigawatt-hours by 2030.
Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling Processes: Research towards a Sustainable Course
There is a need to develop technology to enable a resource-efficient and economically feasible recycling system for lithium-ion batteries and thus assure the future supply of the component materials. Lithium-ion batteries are complex products, and designs and materials are still evolving, which makes planning for future recovery more challenging