As the flow of used electric vehicle batteries increases from trickle to steady stream, what are the opportunities and challenges for manufacturers, repurposers, and the broader ecosystem? Lauren Roman explains how the Everledger Platform can help. Many of the first electric vehicle batteries (EVBs) are now reaching the end of the road. In an ideal […
The growing momentum in the electric vehicle industry is pushing battery repurposing, recycling, and disposal up the agenda. The onus on battery life cycle management globally is placed on vehicle manufacturers, over the actual battery manufacturers.
It’s game on, says Everledger’s Lauren Roman, Business Development Director for the Metals & Minerals Ecosystem. But what does the potential surge in production mean for the future of EV batteries?
Lithium-ion batteries may power our modern lifestyles, but their impact is felt far beyond our own backyard. Lauren Roman explains how Everledger is helping to find a solution to this growing problem of our time.
Everledger’s Lauren Roman shows how the Battery passport will allow manufacturers of electric vehicle batteries to collect, repurpose and share data along the value chain. The opportunities for mitigating climate change are considerable.
Car manufacturers – and governments too – have set their sights on 2035 and the end of fossil fuel mobility, thus emphasising the swap for better battery life cycle management.