Ningde Times Nie Jun Will Establish Multiple Power Battery Recycling Stations in Europe and North America
Ningde Times' Nie Jun plans to set up power battery recycling stations in Europe and North America
【PhoneAuto News】Recently, PhoneAuto noticed that at the 2023 Summer Davos Forum, Ni Jun, the Chief Manufacturing Officer of CATL, stated that CATL is in talks with European partners to establish multiple electric vehicle battery recycling stations in Europe, and is also seeking partners to establish power battery recycling stations in North America.
Ni Jun did not disclose the identity of the European partners or the details regarding the planned number of recycling stations. However, he mentioned that CATL is already the largest electric vehicle battery recycler globally, with a recovery rate of over 99% for nickel, cobalt, and manganese, and over 90% for lithium. According to Bloomberg analysis, CATL hopes to play a greater leading role in the entire electric vehicle battery supply chain, especially in the emerging but not yet mature field of battery recycling.
- Tesla Cybertruck Real Car Grand Unveiling No handle on the passenger side, equipped with sliding sun visor
- Baojun Yun Duo appearance details announced, panoramic sunroof is 18 meters long, can it be purchased for 150,000 RMB?
- Benchmarking Tesla Model S? Infiniti plans to launch an electric version of the Q70
It is worth mentioning that Zeng Yuqun, the Chairman of CATL, also stated at last year’s World Battery Conference that the recovery rate of nickel, cobalt, and manganese at CATL has reached 99.3%, and lithium has exceeded 90%. By 2035, CATL can meet a large portion of the market demand using materials from retired batteries.
CATL Germany Factory
In addition, according to previous reports, CATL’s subsidiary, Bampu Recycling, has already established 21 battery recycling centers, and in 2021, the proportion of recycled waste power batteries nationwide reached 50%. In January of this year, CATL announced its plan to invest in the construction of an integrated new materials industry project in Foshan, Guangdong Province by its holding subsidiary, Guangdong Bampu. The total investment amount of the project does not exceed 23.8 billion RMB, and it will establish a production base capable of recycling 500,000 tons of waste battery materials, as well as manufacturing corresponding lithium iron phosphate cathode materials, ternary cathode materials, and regenerated graphite for negative electrodes. It is reported that CATL has already invested in the construction of battery manufacturing bases in Germany and Hungary.
- What do you think? Italy plans to prohibit new drivers from driving cars with more than 93 horsepower for the first three years
- General Motors CEO 2024 will be a completely different year for us
- Toyota and Hyundai’s electric car advertisements banned by UK agency deemed misleading
- The new Xiaopeng G6 car will be officially launched today, with a range of 755km Over 20,000 people have pre-ordered it
- The Baojun Yue also achieved its June 2023 sales target ahead of schedule! The total sales volume reached 3,500 units
- Leading the Charge with the Tengshi N7! July’s Heavyweight New Car Compilation – A Must-See for Friends Interested in Buying a Car
- Limited to 1000 units! Kia EV6 opens blind pre-orders with a maximum range of 671 kilometers