What does the European Union’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism indicate for the future of international trade?
The recently enacted Inflation Reduction Act (USA) places stringent requirements on auto manufacturers to evidence the material sourcing and manufacturing of electric vehicle batteries across their supply chain. Find out how Everledger’s platform can help manufacturers address this challenge by enabling the creation of a “battery passport”, in essence
Rehoming ‘orphan EV batteries’: how technology matches those with batteries and those who need them
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 […
Making the world a greener place with sustainable supply chains
Carrie George, the Vice President and Head of Sustainability & Impact at Everledger, said in her interview with the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES), “There’s no perfect data. There’s better, valuable, and reasonable data that is applicable to the supply chain”. With the increasing general public demand for corporations to play positive
Is 2021 the year when electric vehicles finally go mainstream?
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?
Merino wool: using blockchain to track Australia’s ‘miracle fibre’
Peter Hughes, Head of Australia & New Zealand at Everledger, explains how a not-for-profit body for the Australian wool industry will use the Everledger Platform to create new sources of value for wool farmers, manufacturers and retailers.
Ethical diamond sourcing: why it’s time to ‘lift all boats
Everledger’s Head of Sustainability Carrie George asks whether the application of OECD Due Diligence in the diamond industry can help raise standards all along the pipeline, in response to growing consumer expectations for ethical sourcing.