In order to win the global battery manufacturing and recycling market, all countries are actively deploying policies and technologies. According to the article " Electric Vehicle Power Lithium Battery Market and Application (Part 2)" , the US Department of Energy has established a lithium-ion electronic recycling technology research and development center "ReCell Center", which brings together Argonne National Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, National Recycling.
The Energy Lab is working with major academic institutions and start-ups such as Farasis Energy to promote commercial value-added photo background removing lithium battery recycling technology. The European Union is also launching the Battery 2030 lithium battery plan, including the circular economy plan, linking material suppliers, battery manufacturers, applications and recyclers into the battery recycling industry, and stipulates that new battery designs must meet the Three indicators of sustainable environmental protection design, easy disassembly design and easy recycling design. Back in Taiwan, in terms of static energy storage equipment, the National Sun Yat-Sen Academy of Sciences has already invested in the development of the technology of "decommissioned power lithium battery packs and re-use", and established lithium battery pack diagnosis and testing, remanufacturing and renovation, advanced monitoring and management, and re-use.
Switch to key technologies such as battery system product design and development. The RAIBA system currently developed by ITRI can also integrate various types, types and sizes of decommissioned batteries into an energy storage system, which can extend the service life by 1-2 times on average. For example, after adding RAIBA technology, it can be extended to 20 years. In addition to the abundant R&D momentum of research institutions, market price factors also force manufacturers to actively enter the battery recycling market. Because of the high price of precious metals, domestic and foreign electric vehicle manufacturers are committed to developing technologies for refining precious metals and remanufacturing batteries. The key manufacturer that assists the international electric vehicle leader Tesla in recycling precious metals is in Taiwan!