Over 145 million electric vehicles are set to take the road by 2030 and a major component of the new class of electric vehicles – lithium-ion batteries – is rarely recycled. 

Canadian battery recycling company Li-Cycle is aiming to change through its sustainable process to provide an end-of-life solution for lithium-ion batteries, while creating a secondary supply of critical battery materials.

On this episode of Here's an Idea™, Kunal Phalpher, Chief Strategy Officer at Li-Cycle, discusses why we haven’t been able to recycle batteries effectively in the past and how that’s changing. Phalpher also talks about the company’s “spoke and hub” model.

Learn more from Phalpher at the Battery & Electrification Summit, an event exploring the latest innovations in battery and electric power being held April 26-27, 2022. Register Now!

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Recovered lithium (Photo: Li-Cycle)