Recycling yesterday’s waste to support Europe’s e-mobility future
High purity manganese has the potential to make EVs more affordable. Volkswagen, Stellantis, Tesla, Renault, BASF and others have committed to using manganese in their battery chemistries, while major manganese market deficits are appearing on the horizon as the gap between supply and demand widens.
Euro Manganese’s Chvaletice Manganese Project is well positioned to help fulfil the automotive and battery industry’s rapidly-growing need for high purity manganese. Battery raw materials are made by recycling waste in the Czech Republic, in the heart of Europe. The company is set to be the EU’s only primary producer of battery grade manganese, with the potential to become a valuable element of Europe’s emerging battery value chain.