See below for our Battery Recycling Infographic, September 2023. This features market developments in the Battery Recycling space, and draws on data from our Battery Recycling Capacity Database and our Battery Recycling Quarterly Outlook .
The Battery Recycling Capacity Database tracks battery recycling annual capacity including plant locations, recycling input and output. Click here to request a demo of our Battery Recycling Capacity Database
The Battery Recycling Quarterly Outlook provides a long-term outlook for global scrap materials available for battery recycling by region, battery chemistry and feedstock covering end-of-life energy stationary storage. Click here to request a demo of our Battery Recycling Quarterly Outlook.
Highlights from the latest Battery Recycling Capacity Database:
- Redwood Materials announced its acquisition of the German-based battery recycler, Redux Recycling GmbH.
- CNGR Advanced Materials announced its plan to build its first African plant in Casablanca, Morocco for battery materials manufacturing and recycling. The plant will be run by its joint venture with Morocco’s private investment fund, AL MADA.
- Eramet and Suez announced Dunkirk, France as the location for its black mass production plant. Phase I is expected to have an annual capacity of approximately 43,000 tonnes of battery modules by 2025.
Global battery recycling pre-treatment capacity totalled approximately 1.7 million tonnes of recycling inputs per year as of the end of September 2023 with China accounting for over 80% of the capacity.
Why do we track the battery recycling market?
The battery recycling market is gaining traction, as EV value chains evolve towards long-term sustainability goals amid future raw material shortages and environmental, social and governance (ESG) concerns. We track the battery recycling market to provide insights into how the market is growing at global, regional and country levels, on the back of EV demand, legislation and battery recycling company strategies. We also track this market to provide insights into current and future battery recycling plant capacity across regions, and provide information on battery recycling inputs and outputs.
As part of the work involved to produce our battery recycling reports, we publish a monthly infographic to offer our followers regular insights into how the battery recycling market is developing on a global scale. We include news highlights as well as insights into global battery recycling pre-treatment capacity and regional battery recycling pre-treatment capacity share.
Who benefits from understanding key developments and dynamics across the battery recycling market?
Businesses operating within the EV supply chain such as raw material producers, battery producers, OEMs and battery recycling companies will benefit from our battery recycling reports, as will those considering entering the market.
How do we track the battery recycling market?
Our forecasts are based on robust and informed methodologies, which examine interactions between the different functions that make up the supply chain. We track battery recycling legislation, battery recycling companies’ strategies and closed-loop supply chain, battery chemistry as feedstock, as well as battery recycling technology. We also track existing and new battery recycling plants across regions, including their recycling input and output.
How could our data help you?
Our reports and supporting materials are designed to help inform and shape the ways in which you respond to shifting market dynamics. Our data and analysis on the battery recycling market allows you to gain a comprehensive understanding of how this market is developing on a global, regional, and country level. We also offer insights into the competitive landscape so you can understand your position, and stay up-to-date on major market players, new entrants and formation of joint ventures. In short, businesses operating in the EV supply chain will find it easier to form considered, forward-thinking strategies with their Rho Motion reports to hand.
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