US Energy Storage Association releases lithium-ion battery energy storage system recycling, scrap and safety transport guide

2022/04/08

  Author :Iflowpower – Portable Power Station Supplier

According to foreign media reports, the US Energy Storage Association has launched the measures that the lithium-ion battery energy storage system should take at the end of service life. As part of the US Energy Society Corporate Responsibility Initiative (CRI), a working group consisting of a representative of the energy storage vendor released this guide before the end of August this year. This document encourages the cost and programs of its battery recovery and scrap management at the beginning of the battery energy storage project deployment.

The US Energy Society said that as the demand for lithium-ion batteries used in the energy storage system (ESS) and electric vehicle (EV) is growing, the battery industry takes a growing responsibility, and needs to solve and manage battery recycling for this purpose. And handle problems. The US Energy Store Association said that although many fixed storage systems have not been long enough, they have not reached its service life, but their retirement costs (may be 10-20 years after operation) may be huge.

Therefore, it is difficult to accurately determine the actual cost of these batteries, although the US Energy Society does provide a rough idea and estimate of the decommissioning cost, the US Electric Research Institute (EPRI) is writing a copy of this fall. Latest survey report. These costs should be confirmed by battery energy storage projects and system owners, but there may be opportunities for recycling in the next few years.

You can arrange risks and costs through innovative contracts, while encouraging more vendors to enter the market in terms of battery retirement services. This depends to a large extent on collaborative work in the field of electric vehicles, and the battery recovery industry faces a more urgent pressure to deal with electric vehicles, and the electric vehicle scrapped battery has a surge, its battery recovery can The selection range may increase significantly. The industry needs to advocate the development of plans and policies that encourage lithium-ion battery recycling.

R & D will be aimed at the new technology of recyclable, and pay more attention to the battery life's life of the battery life, and more environmentally friendly. Reduce battery termination life costs. The US Energy Botility Association released the CRI white paper in April this year, the white paper discussed the regulations, processes and methods of currently establishing a lithium battery circulating economic model.

In this regard, 8 battery-related associations from the EU and the United States jointly established an online information portal, the main content is to introduce the battery's safety transport and vehicle transportation. Some relevant requirements have been developed by following many other transport regulations in the United Nations and the "European Dangerous Goods International Transportation Agreement" and around the world, including the European Battery Manufacturers Association (EUROBAT) and the International Charging Battery Association (PRBA) This information platform. A statement released by these 8 associations said "transporting batteries, including battery modules, battery products or waste batteries) means that specific security measures must be taken.

Failure to comply with these obligations is not only violating these regulations, but also the security risks that our industry is unwilling to accept. The battery industry is a industry that needs to be responsible. We must ensure that each organization and individual participating in battery product transportation and processing can understand these regulations and requirements.

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