BASF and French manufacturers layout European power battery recycling

2022/04/08

  Author :Iflowpower – Portable Power Station Supplier

BASF plans to bring 4.7 million euros with EIT raw materials, which French company Echman and Suez, and EIT raw materials created in the EU, investing in lithium battery recycling projects. Around the European Power Battery Industry Layout, German Chemical Giants BASF's lithium battery positive material business layout is further extending.

Foreign media reported that BASF announced that the company plans to cooperate with the French company Ehman (SUEZ) to carry out electric vehicle waste battery recycling business, the program aims to compete for battery recycling markets and occupy favorable status. Three companies will jointly fund the EIT raw material organizations created with the EU share 4.7 million euros (about 36.

82 million yuan), put "relieve" electric vehicle lithium-ion battery recycling project. The project aims to develop an innovative closed-loop process that recovers lithium-ion batteries from electric vehicles, and produces new lithium-ion batteries in Europe with recycled battery materials. It is understood that the project will begin in January 2020, in which Suez is responsible for collecting and disasking waste batteries, Ehman is responsible for battery components, and BASF is responsible for producing lithium battery positive materials.

Danielschnfelder, Vice President of European Business Management, said that BASF believes that the recycling process will play an increasingly important role in the promotion of electric vehicles, with partners, will cultivate innovation, sustainable and competitive European batteries. Market value chain. As a chemical giant in the world's ranking, BASF has been committed to the development and production of battery positive materials with higher energy density and more reliable performance.

The BASF layout European power battery material recycling project is obviously preparing for the European Union to increase the power battery investment and the European vehicle enterprise electrical strategy process, thereby enhancing its competitiveness in the European positive material market. Currently, in order to reverse Europe on the situation of Asian batteries in the power battery, Europe has reminissed the layout in the power battery in recent years. In May of this year, Germany and France decided to jointly establish Europe's first battery industry alliance, including Opeau Automobile, Peugeot Citroen Group and French battery manufacturer Shuifu, etc.

Recently, the German Federal Economics and Energy announced that eight countries such as France, Italy, Finland, and Sweden will form Europe's second battery industry alliance, including BMW, BASF, Walta, etc., alliances have been added. At the same time, including BMW, Volkswagen, Mercedes, Audi and other European car companies have also developed a clear electrical strategic goal, and will revitalize billions of dollars procurement power batteries.

This attracts large-scale expansion capacity of Samsung SDI, LG Chemical, SKI, Ningde, and European local battery companies in Europe. Under this circumstance, BASF is based on the production capacity of European positive material, and the layout of waste battery is recycled. And the BASF's layout is the same as the market strategy of its competitors.

Previously, Jimei has reached relevant strategic cooperation in the field of power battery recycling in BMW, Audi. Under the case of limited resources, the Jimei Group claims that the recycling technology of resources is used to achieve resources, and the extraction capacity of upstream metals is one of the advantages of the international. In fact, in 2017, BASF has increased its business layout in the field of positive materials.

In December 2017, the BASF and the Toda Industry announced that the BASF TAIC Battery Materials Co., Ltd. (BTBM) increased its production capacity of high-nickel positive active materials in Xiaoyingtian production base.

The company was established by BASF and the Toda Industry, engaged in the research, development, manufacturing and sales of NCA, LMO, NCM and other positive materials, design capacity of approximately 18,000 tons / year. At the same time, both parties will be combined in manufacturing bases in Badkri, Illina, Ohio, established BASF TA, US Co., Ltd.

(BTA). This new company that is more controlling and management of BASF will provide exclusive solutions for customers in high-energy positive active materials. In 2017, BASF and Niilsk Nickel Industry Company announced that both parties have signed a memorandum of understanding, BASF will invest 4 billion euros in Europe, build a positive material base in Europe, and nickel, cobalt and other raw materials are supplied by the latter.

In 2018, BASF announced that the first European battery material production base will be built in Harjavalta, Finland, which plans to put production in 20020. The new base is adjacent to its supplier No nickel, and the base can provide battery material for nearly 300,000 pure electric vehicles per year after completion of the base. Higher work lithium grid.

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