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16th April 2021
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Green Batteries: A Competitive Advantage for Europe’s Electric Vehicle Value Chain?

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY On 10 December 2020, the European Commission (EC) proposed a new Batteries Regulation setting out sustainability requirements for the whole life-cycle of rechargeable industrial and electric vehicle (EV) batteries, from the extraction of raw materials to end-of-life management. This pioneering initiative would kill two birds in one stone: ensuring that the massive roll-out...

19th January 2021
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European Commission: Research & Innovation for Sustainable Batteries

Sustainability in its three dimensions (economic, social, environmental) will be a hallmark of EU battery technologies at global scale. Research and innovation must be able to deliver concrete technical solutions across the whole value chain to ensure the transformation of the EU into a more sustainable and competitive economy by 2050. The new Commission proposal...

26th October 2020
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BBC- The Explosive Problem of ‘Zombie’ Batteries

In this BBC article, Professor Paul Christensen shares his perspective  on the explosive risks associated with lithium-ion batteries.    

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