Northvolt will recover battery material and aluminum in Norwegian power lithium battery recovery center

2022/04/08

  Author :Iflowpower – Portable Power Station Supplier

Swedish startup Northvolt and Aluminum Company Hydro (shareholders who have become the former since 2019) today announced that a new joint venture Hydrovolt will establish a recycling center in the port city of Norway, Southeast, Norway, from Norway Electric electric The automotive market recycles battery materials and aluminum, which is expected to be operated in 2021. The Northvolt program initially extracts valuable battery materials from the battery pack produced by external suppliers, and will recover the battery pack it produced in the future. The specific operational idea is to purchase old electric vehicle battery packs from the current European Norwegian market.

After processing, extract battery materials and aluminum materials after processing, then send battery materials to Northvolt Swedish recycling factories, aluminum The material is sent to the recycling factory of Hydro. Northvolt will start the battery recycling factory pilot at the north of Sweden in the end of 2020, and establish a comprehensive lithium-ion battery recycling factory in 2022. According to Northvolt, the highly automated recycling center is designed for the broken and sorting of the battery pack.

It can handle more than 8,000 tons of battery pack, which will continue to expand capacity. Materials after the recovery treatment of the Phi Tita include black metals and aluminum, which will be transported to Northvolt and Hydro recycling factories, from 2030, Northvolt plans 50% of raw materials from recycling batteries. "We are excited about the opportunity of this representative.

Hydrovoltas can handle aluminum in the scrap cells as part of our entire metal value chain, which helps circular economy while reducing the climate footprint of our supplies, "said ARVIDMOSS, Executive Vice President of Hydropower Energy and Enterprise Development. It is expected that the formal investment decision will be made in the recycling in the recycling center, and the investment is approximately 100 million Norwegian Krrand with 100% proportion. The output of Fredrikstad New Battery Recycling Factory will include so-called black materials and aluminum, which will transport to Northvolt factory and HYDRO factory.

Other products during the recovery will be sold to waste metal buyers and other underwriters. Pilot recovery facilities will be highly automated and designed for crushing and classification batteries. It will have the ability to deal with more than 8,000 tons of battery annual, and you can choose to expand capacity in the future.

In the second stage, battery recovery facilities can handle commercial use for lithium-ion batteries in Norwegian and Scandinavian Peninsula, electric vehicles. Typical electric car battery packs may contain more than 25% aluminum, an increase of about 70-100kg of aluminum per group. Aluminum recovered from the new plant will be sent to Hydro's recycling business, thereby making the production of low-carbon HYDROCIRCAL products higher yields.

By establishing this plant in Norway, Hydrovoltas can access and handle battery recycling directly in the world's most mature electric vehicle market while reducing the number of batteries from the country. Norwegian Batteriretur in Fredrikstad will provide battery for recycling plants and also planned as an operator of the mortem factory. The layout battery recovery joint venture is established after Hydro investment in Northvolt in 2019.

It will further strengthen the partnership between battery manufacturers and aluminum companies. "We expect future battery use will greatly increase, and then you need to sustainable treatment for waste batteries. This represents a new step in the industry with great potential, and will strengthen the recycling of materials.

Hydrovolt adds our battery planner, which already includes investment in Northvolt and Corvus, we can use our aluminum and recycling expertise. "Moss said. Northvolt's battery business another important partner is a German Volkswagen Group, and both parties have set up a joint venture with 50/50, which plans to build two battery plants.

First, it will be put into production will be the above-mentioned Shekfteo Battery Super Factory. It is still in construction, and it is planned to be put into production at the end of 2020. It has been fully expanded in 2022.

It is expected that by 2023, the annual output will reach 32GWH, which in May 2019, there are about half of the annual capacity (16GWH) Sign the supply contract, 80% is the automotive industry. Subsequently, it will be the battery super factory in Salzjit, Germany. Volkswagen has been built here with battery R & D laboratories, which plans to produce lithium-ion batteries at the end of 2023/2024, and the new plant will produce lithium-ion batteries.

16GWH, only one tenth of the public in 2025 European expected, can be expanded to 24GWH. Sina car, color valley.

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