Attero Recycling, India’s largest e-waste and lithium-ion battery recycler, recently processed samples from the Jammu and Kashmir mining belt and was able to recover 200 PPM (parts per million) of lithium carbonate, which was close to the ballpark range shared by the government of India. Nitin Gupta, chief executive officer and co-founder of Attero Recycling, speaks to pv magazine about the significance of their extraction and refining methods in ensuring India’s self-reliance in critical battery-grade materials.
OGO Energy will manufacture battery packs incorporating its battery management system and battery cells with improved longevity and heat-resistance made possible by noco-noco’s X-SEPA separators.
Ashok Leyland will produce electric buses and also assemble other vehicles powered by emerging alternative fuels at its integrated greenfield plant in Uttar Pradesh.
E-waste recycler Eco Recycling (Ecoreco) will use the technology developed by the Centre for Materials for Electronics Technology (CMET), under India’s Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), to recover valuable elements from end-of-life lithium batteries.
With battery storage such a crucial aspect of the energy transition, lithium-ion (li-ion) batteries are frequently referenced but what is the difference between NMC (nickel-manganese-cobalt), LFP (lithium ferro-phosphate), and LTO (lithium-titanium-oxide) devices and their underlying chemistry?
Italian researchers have compared the performance of hydrogen and electric buses in northern Italy, while DNV has released its guidelines to validate claims related to low-carbon renewable hydrogen and ammonia attributes.
TCPL Green Energy Solutions, an arm of Tata Motors and Cummins joint venture, will set up a manufacturing plant in Jharkhand to produce hydrogen-based powertrains and battery electric vehicle aggregates and systems for commercial vehicles.
Maharashtra-based RecycleKaro will set up a plant to produce nickel metal from scrap lithium-ion batteries and nickel hydroxide. The plant is set for commissioning by December end and is expected to produce 1,200 tonnes of nickel metal annually.
Tata Group will build a 40 GWh battery factory in the UK to produce batteries for Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) and other EV manufacturers in the UK and Europe.
UK-based H.E.L Group will provide IIT Kanpur with the latest battery testing technology under a collaboration agreement signed with IIT Kanpur.
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