Powering up the battery ecosystem

Finland-based Circular Ecosystem of Battery Metals, BATCircle, aims at improving the competitiveness of the Finnish battery value chain.

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Battery parts can be recycled without crushing or melting

New recycling method replenishes lithium in electrodes while keeping existing structure intact – and performance is nearly as good as new ones
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Recycling of batteries and responsible raw materials are Finland's asset - BATCircle enhanced cooperation within the battery sector

The two-year BATCircle consortium led by Aalto University has produced a lot of new research on battery recycling and raw materials and strengthened the cooperation within the sector.
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BATCircle2.0 under review

The BATCircle2.0 application is now under review at Business Finland.
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BATCircle1.0 Final Seminar

Highlights of the BATCircle1.0 project: seminar presentations available

Theme: Finnish national battery strategy

Business Finland's recent release on Finland's national battery strategy, featuring the research of life-cycle assessment of battery recycling, attracted a lot of international coverage. Take a look!

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Business Finland 12.5.21 | Finland leads the way towards a sustainable future through batteries and electrification (external link)

One of the key elements of a sustainable and competitive battery ecosystem is recycling and Finland has been chosen to coordinate the European battery industry's research on the topic.

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