Battery recycling will be vital for European supply chain

Reusing non-conforming materials from battery production will be ever more important as demand increases. By Jacob Moreton

Demand for lithium-ion batteries is expected to increase enormously in the next few years. With many automakers investing heavily in electric vehicles, demand for batteries will increase by at least 30% a year for the next decade in Europe, according to a European Commission report from 2020. But while electric vehicles might offer a more sustainable alternative to current mobility options, the materials wasted in production can be incredibly damaging to the environment.

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