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The Evolving Landscape of Li-ion Battery Recycling

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July 06, 2023

Presenters: Conrad Nichols – Technology Analyst at IDTechEx

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IDTechEx forecasts that by 2043, approximately 23.8 million tonnes of Li-ion batteries will be recycled, equivalent to US$101B in valuable metals. Li-ion batteries dominate electric vehicles (EV) and consumer electronics markets and are expected to be the main battery technology used in stationary energy storage.

However, the sustainability of Li-ion batteries relies on their entire lifecycle management, including at end-of-life (EOL). Furthermore, the availability of raw materials such as cobalt is becoming a growing concern. By recycling Li-ion batteries, it is possible to recover the embedded value of battery metals and establish a circular supply chain, creating revenues and allowing battery manufacturers to shield themselves against volatile commodity prices of battery materials. Stakeholders involved in the Li-ion battery supply chain are recognizing the potential of recycling, and the Li-ion battery recycling market is projected to grow significantly over the next twenty years.

This webinar, presented by Conrad Nichols, will give an overview of the Li-ion battery recycling industry, drawing upon research from IDTechEx’s newly updated report “Li-ion Battery Recycling Market 2023-2043“.

This webinar will cover:

  • Drivers and constraints of Li-ion battery recycling
  • Value chain and economics of Li-ion battery recycling
  • Policies and regulation overview in different regions
  • Technologies used in this market, including hydrometallurgy, pyrometallurgy and direct recycling
  • Introduction to market analysis and future global recycling facility expansions

We will be holding exactly the same webinar three times in one day. Please register for the session most convenient for you.

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