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Li-Cycle to build battery recycling hub in upstate New York

Battery recycling specialist Li-Cycle will invest over $175 million dollars in a lithium-ion battery recycling “Hub” at Eastman Business Park in upstate New York. The new facility will work in conjunction with  Li-Cycle’s “Spoke” facility, which is already located at the Rochester site. Li-Cycle plans to begin construction on the Hub facility in 2021. Li-Cycle’s… Read more »

Li-Cycle recovers usable battery-grade materials from shredded Li-ion batteries

Q&A with CEO Ajay Kochhar 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,… Read more »

Li-Cycle to open battery recovery plant in New York

Canada-based Li-Cycle will establish a commercial-scale lithium-ion battery resource recovery plant at Eastman Business Park in Monroe County, New York. The company says the new plant will create at least 23 jobs in its first year. Empire State Development will provide up to $450,000 to Li-Cycle through the Excelsior Jobs Program in exchange for job-creation… Read more »

Recovering Usable Battery-Grade Materials From Shredded Li-Ion Cells

‍Li-Cycle Co-Founder, President & CEO Ajay Kochhar will discuss the company’s unique process that allows them to recover 80 to 100% of all materials found in lithium-ion batteries. Li-Cycle’s proprietary closed-loop process ensures that all materials from lithium-ion batteries are either recovered to return in the battery supply chain or sent for further processing to… Read more »

JB Straubel gives a tour of Redwood Materials’ battery recycling operation

Despite what the anti-EV brigade would like you to believe, recycling lithium-ion batteries is quite feasible both technologically and financially, and several companies are doing so right now. One of these is Li-Cycle, which was featured in the July/August issue of Charged. Another is Redwood Materials , which has gotten a lot of press coverage… Read more »

Recovering usable battery-grade materials from shredded Li-ion cells (Free Webcast)

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. Several… Read more »

New sessions announced for the Charged Virtual Conference on EV Engineering

Charged is organizing a virtual conference on EV engineering September 1 – 3, 2020 that includes live webinar sessions, interactive Q&As, on-demand webinars, and whitepaper downloads. Just like the content Charged brings you every day, conference topics will span the entire EV engineering supply chain and ecosystem including motor and power electronics design and manufacturing, cell development, battery systems, testing,… Read more »

Read past issues of Charged – Electric Vehicles Magazine

Issue 52 – November/December 2020 Featuring: Isolation technologies for EV power electronics 2020 EV charging infrastructure Best-in-Test, rating the DC fast charging user experience 2022 GMC Hummer EV. The biggest, baddest, butchest EV to hit the market? Setting a new standard for battery leak testing An ENERGY STAR charger specification program update Issue 51 –… Read more »