TSLA R & D Closed Round Battery Recycling System is expected to save large amounts of battery material funds

2022/04/08

  Author :Iflowpower – Portable Power Station Supplier

According to foreign media reports, this week, Tesla (Tesla) confirmed that it is developing a "unique battery recovery system", the company believes that from the long time, the system can save "considerable funds". On April 15th, TSLA announced a new "IMPACTREPORT), the report shows that the TSLA team has more than 500,000 electric cars, helping to prevent 4 million tons of carbon dioxide from being discharged into the atmosphere. In this report, TSLA also expounded the idea of ​​recovery of batteries: "I often hear someone asking," How to deal with the battery pack of TSLA car? ".

Fossil fuel and lithium ion batteries are energy, but the difference between them can be extracted and used in one time, while the material in the lithium ion battery can be recovered again. When the oil explorates from the ground, after chemical refining and burning, it will release harmful gases to the atmosphere, and such gases cannot recover and reuse. In contrast, the battery material is refined, and then put it into the battery, it can still be retained after the battery life is finally reserved, and the valuable material can be recovered.

". In terms of battery recovery, most car manufacturers are currently focusing on the application of battery pack life, and TSLA is different from them. Mechanic manufacturers such as modern, BMW and Renault have announced that they will use old battery packs in the energy storage system, rather than recycling battery packs to produce new battery packs, some of which have been using recycled old battery packs for use in Energy storage system.

Tsla said that due to the end of the battery pack, there is currently no large number of battery packs, but TSLA is recovering several battery packs for "R & D, production, quality control and service operation". The company said it is working with third-party battery recovers around the world to handle all used batteries, recover valuable metals. Work with recycling partners to ensure that materials do not have values ​​or unrecoverable materials responsible for.

But this is obviously just a temporary solution, because TSLA said it is still in the No. 1 Super Factory (GigaFactory1) in Nevada (GigaFactory1). TSLA said in the report: "TSLA is developing a unique battery recovery system at Super Factory No.

1, which can handle battery production waste, and can handle scrap batteries. The recovery rate of all metals such as copper, aluminum, and steel, including copper, aluminum and steel, etc., such as lithium, and cobalt, etc.

All of the above materials will be recovered in the form of the most suitable for new battery production materials. At present, several companies are studying how to recover key minerals from the battery during the recovery process. Recently, AmericanMangnese has achieved high recovery rates in the pilot recycling factory.

TSLA believes that its closed-loop battery recovery process will save considerable funding, because the cost of large-scale recycling of battery materials is much lower than the cost of purchasing and transporting new materials. In addition, TSLA jointly founder and the current Chief Secret Officer JBstraubel founded a material recycling startup in two years ago. It is believed that the company and TSLA relationship is.

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