Common processes to produce battery materials are inefficient and result in excessive CO2 emissions. For battery and car manufacturers to meet their environmental obligations in line with legislation, an increased focus on ways to reduce emissions created through the battery supply chain is needed.
Pure Battery Technologies solves this problem through smarter and simpler technology, which refines intermediate products and black mass into precursor cathode-active material (pCAM) for EV batteries. This is done in a way which is more affordable and with superior environmental care. PBT's technology refines both raw material (intermediates such as MHP) as well as black mass, thereby closing the recycling loop and making the end products truly environmentally friendly.
Pure Battery Technologies (PBT), headquartered in Brisbane, Australia, with a German subsidiary in Ettlingen, produces the precursor for nickel-based active cathode material (pCAM), which is used in lithium-ion batteries required for electric vehicles (EVs). PBT's environmentally friendly, cost-effective processes for the production of active precursor cathode material (pCAM) were developed together with the University of Queensland. We produce high-quality battery materials with a much lower environmental impact and are much more cost-effective than the processes currently in use.