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02 October 2020

EIT InnoEnergy Master School students aim to revolutionise Europe’s Li-Ion battery value chain

If electric vehicles are the future, then what are we going to do with all of those batteries? A motivated team of nine EIT InnoEnergy Master’s in Environomical Pathways for Sustainable Energy Systems students are working towards a viable solution. The aptly named Project ReCell was founded in June 2019 as their Integrated Project of the Year (IPoY). You can meet the International dream team here. They set out to make an essential contribution towards circularity in the EU li-ion battery value chain – by collaborating with industry partners to delve deeper into areas of policy-making, battery recycling and repurposing technologies, industry best practices and business opportunities.  The result? So far, Project ReCell is well on its way to having a significant impact on the carbon footprint of the batteries – and looking to evolve into a business opportunity.

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