Publications

ReLiB Publications
5th January 2021
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Kamran M., Raugei M., Hutchinson A.-   Energy storage, particularly electrochemical storage, is poised to be a cornerstone in allowing those sectors to become more sustainable. This study presents the results of an integrated dynamic material flow analysis of the cumulative demand for lithium-ion battery metals (Li, Co, Ni and Mn) by the light duty vehicle...

15th December 2020
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Jones B., Elliott R., Nguyen-Tien V.-  Mass adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) is anticipated in the years ahead, driven primarily by policy incentives, rising incomes, and technological advancements. However, mass adoption is predicated on the availability and affordability of the raw materials required to facilitate this transformation. The implications of material shortages are currently not...

28th July 2020
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Sommerville R., Zhu P., Rajaeifar M., Heidrich O., Goodship V., Kendrick E.-   With the widespread adoption of e-mobility, there are high numbers of lithium Ion batteries (LIB) entering the waste stream. It is imperative that disposal and recycling strategies are developed and implemented. There is an urgent need for safe, environmentally friendly and economically affordable...

19th November 2019
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Sommerville R., Shaw-Stewart J., Goodship V., Rowson N., Kendrick E.-    A review of separating methods used in domestic and electric vehicle lithium ion battery recycling is presented, focusing on physical processes which are commonly utilized prior to further chemical processing and purification steps. The four processes of stabilization, disassembly, separation and binder negation are...

6th November 2019
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Harper G., Sommerville R., Kendrick E., Driscoll L., Slater P., Stolkin R., Walton A., Christensen P., Heidrich O., Lambert S., Abbott A., Ryder K., Gaines L., Anderson P.- Rapid growth in the market for electric vehicles is imperative, to meet global targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, to improve air quality in urban centres and to...

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Research into sustainable management of end-of-life lithium-ion batteries in the automotive industry

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