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Maxvolt secures $1.5 million for lithium battery plans

Maxvolt Energy Industries has raised $1.5 million from angel investors to accelerate its lithium battery research and development efforts, enhance the production capacity, and expand market reach.

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Stepping up critical mineral production remains crucial for India’s energy security: ICRA

Advancement in mineral processing and beneficiation technology remains critical for commercialisation of domestic critical mineral resources.

Low solar module prices affecting secondhand market

Stefan Wippich, the CEO and co-founder of Germany’s SecondSol platform, recently spoke with pv magazine about the development of the used PV module market. Wippich noted national differences and argued that it will be important to set rules for the trading of secondhand products.

MG Motor India partners with Epsilon Group for EV charging, battery recycling

MG Motor India has signed an agreement with Epsilon Group for electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions and battery recycling and second-life expertise.

Building a circular economy for India’s self-reliance in battery materials

India is investing in facilities and infrastructure to recycle batteries and recover valuable materials like lithium, cobalt, and nickel. By doing this, we can reduce our need for new materials and minimize the environmental impact of battery production.

Spent lithium battery recycling and strategies

Nitin Gupta, CEO and co-founder of Attero (India’s largest end-to-end e-waste management and Li-ion battery recycling company), shares the prospects of lithium battery recycling in India, recycling methods in use, and approaches to make the process efficient and green.

Germany has urgent need to expand solar module recycling capacities, IEA-PVPS says

Feedback from stakeholders involved in Germany’s end-of-life PV modules treatment chain found more needs to be done around the transparency of PV module waste volume, the take-back and collection process and module recycling, as the country prepares for significantly larger volumes by the end of the decade.

India’s cumulative solar PV waste to reach 19,000 kilotonnes by 2050

India’s cumulative solar PV waste will increase to 600 kilotonnes (kt) by 2030 and 19,000 kt by 2050, according to a new report by CEEW.

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Lithium battery recycling: Opportunities, challenges, and sustainable practices

India’s ascent in the Li-ion battery recycling industry can be a win-win for its clean energy ambitions and economic development. By addressing the existing challenges and embracing opportunities, India can be a beacon of light for the rest of the world.

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IIT Kanpur-incubated startups showcase solutions ranging from dual-axis solar tracker to solar-powered UAV

The Startup Incubation and Innovation Centre (SIIC) at IIT Kanpur provides support and guidance to those looking to turn their ideas into successful and meaningful business models

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