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The urgency of European battery material recycling

The European Commission collaborates with Batteries Europe to release ‘Roadmap on Raw Materials and Recycling’ report. Batteries Europe released its report on, 24 November, underlining...

Daimler battery recycling plant to be in Kuppenheim

Daimler has confirmed plans to build a new battery recycling factory in Kuppenheim, Germany to expand operations. Although rumours about a planned battery recycling plant...

Developing high-performance MXene electrodes for future battery

Scientists at City University have analysed electrochemical Nb2CTx MXene electrodes as a possible next generation battery material. The two-dimensional MXene has been a rising star...

Disrupting the battery recycling supply chain for renewable energy

Retriev Technologies president, Shane Thompson, is redefining the renewable energy future by tapping the power and potential of lithium-ion batteries. Lithium-ion batteries are everywhere. They...

The evolution of nanomaterials innovation in Canada

Marie D’Iorio, Founder and President of NanoCanada, spoke to Innovation News Netowrk about the evolving nanomaterials landscape in Canada and NanoCanada’s role in accelerating...

From high-grade Sri Lankan vein graphite mines to lithium-ion battery anodes

Don Baxter, CEO at Ceylon Graphite Corp, describes how the company will evolve into a stand-alone battery technology company through its access to the...

How lithium battery elements will power future EV batteries

Andrew Phillips, Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer at Lithium Power International Ltd, analyses the rapid development of batteries and how they are driven...

Battery material demands for EV batteries

Dr James Edmonson and Dr Alex Holland, Senior Technology Analysts at IDTechEx, examine EV battery cell and pack trends, including the varying battery material...

Optimising batteries made from recycled materials

How using a novel process called Hydro-to-Cathode™ battery recycling can result in better performance than batteries made from new materials. As the demand for greater...

Ultrafast battery charging using fully new anode material

Researchers at the University of Twente highlight new material nickel niobate that has desirable properties even after multiple cycles of ultrafast battery charging. According to...

Graphite One: ground-breaking graphite project for a growing market

Anthony Huston, President, CEO and Director at Graphite One, outlines the largest graphite project in North America, and largest critical mineral project in the...

Examining lithium-ion battery safety and how it can be enhanced

Dr Carlos Ziebert, Head of IAM-AWP’s Calorimeter Center, KIT, answers frequently asked questions regarding battery safety and explains how it can be improved by...

ESG principles are driving the UK’s battery supply chain

Craig Woodburn, Head of ESG at Britishvolt, passionately details the organisation’s commitment to ESG principles and how they will add to the UK’s battery...

Overcoming transport electrification barriers with novel wireless EV charging technology

Focusing on EV battery technology optimisation misses the point, says ElectReon. Here, the company explains why we need to rethink EV charging technology to...

Conductive carbon additives: energise the future

Reflecting on Cabot Corporation’s extensive range of conductive carbon additives, Paolina Atanassova, Senior Business Development Manager at Cabot Battery Materials, explains how they are...

Zero carbon Scandinavian battery metals for the European battery industry

Kuniko Limited rocketed on to the ASX in August 2021 with immediate success, driving a zero carbon mandate and development of a strong portfolio...

Volt’s complete solution for meeting graphite supply chain for LIBs

Volt is implementing an integrated mine and graphite supply chain to meet stakeholder requirements for the crucial battery anode material. Trevor Matthews, Managing Director,...

Kabanga Nickel to accelerate project after securing special mining licence

After receiving a special mining licence from Tanzania, Kabanga Nickel is to step up its project in the East African country. Kabanga Nickel is the...

A net zero future dependent on the correct rare earth supply

From its critical and heavy rare earths dominant Makuutu Project, Ionic Rare Earths is intent on being a significant player with a long-life, low-cost...

Graphite-based anode materials for lithium-ion batteries

Superior Graphite has modified its well-established high temperature fluidised bed technology to be applied to the production of natural flake and synthetic graphite-based anode...

SAFELiMOVE, safer solid-state batteries for electric vehicles

The SAFELiMOVE battery project is leading the way to develop safer solid-state batteries for electric vehicles. Led by CIC energiGUNE, here they explain their...

EIT InnoEnergy: supporting battery recycling in Europe

Johan Söderbom, Thematic Leader for Smart Grid and Energy Storage at EIT InnoEnergy, discusses the investment into French battery recycling start-up, MECAWARE, and the...

Pursuing cheaper and more environmentally friendly batteries

Researchers from the University of Oslo are developing environmentally friendly batteries with improved technology for the renewable energy transition. As the world is being electrified,...

Towards advancements in solid-state battery technology

Saint Jean Carbon (SJL-TSXV), a leading mining and carbon sciences company, has acquired solid-state battery technology company: Solid Ultrabattery.

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Kabanga Nickel to accelerate project after securing special mining licence

After receiving a special mining licence from Tanzania, Kabanga Nickel is to step up its project in the East African country. Kabanga Nickel is the...

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As the use of battery powered technology becomes more widespread, the demand for  battery production and innovative battery technology to increase usage longevity becomes an ever more pressing issue.

The development of more efficient battery technology and the rate at which the battery production sector can evolve will undoubtedly have an impact on the speed at which we can achieve a more sustainable green energy sector.

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Examining lithium-ion battery safety and how it can be enhanced

Dr Carlos Ziebert, Head of IAM-AWP’s Calorimeter Center, KIT, answers frequently asked questions regarding battery safety and explains how it can be improved by...

Cornish Lithium: enhancing sustainable exploration for lithium

Cornish Lithium’s Alistair Salisbury discusses the utilisation of hyperspectral and drone data to enhance sustainable exploration for lithium in Cornwall. The World Bank predicts a...

New facility for battery venting analysis at KIT

Dr Carlos Ziebert, leader of the group Batteries – Calorimetry and Safety and head of IAM-AWP’s Calorimeter Center, KIT, describes benefits of its new...

Calorimetry for the development of an improved sodium-ion battery

Dr Carlos Ziebert, head of IAM-AWP’s Calorimeter Center, KIT, explains how battery calorimeters allow thermal characterisation and safety testing for an improved sodium-ion battery. In...

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Delving into the untapped potential of advanced lead batteries

The Consortium for Battery Innovation has developed a new Technical Roadmap to ensure that advanced lead batteries continue to support the transition to sustainability

Evaluating battery data now available to AI processes

Batalyse GmbH introduces a modular software solution that permits companies a fast and automated way to evaluate and monitor their battery data with the...

The day of the electric commercial vehicle is dawning

Commercial vehicles are a major contributor to air pollution and greenhouse gases – electric zero-emission buses and lorries are a major piece of the solution.

Supporting electric vehicle production in the North East

Envision AESC reveals plans for UK first ‘at scale’ Gigafactory to facilitate electric vehicle production in the North East.