RecycLiCo’s recycled lithium carbonate, from lithium-ion battery waste, has passed a comprehensive suite of tests conducted by a battery materials company in Asia.
RecycLiCo’s lithium carbonate, contained in a Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) battery, was subjected to several industry-standard tests, including LFP fabrication and cell testing.
The results indicate that the company’s lithium carbonate has met and surpassed the specifications required by the battery materials company.
LFP batteries are currently used in electric vehicles like the Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model Y, and by companies such as Ford and Rivian. Analysts are projecting that these batteries could capture a substantial market share in the coming years. RecycLiCo’s lithium carbonate supply for LFP battery testing offers a new option for this rapidly growing market.
“We are thrilled with the results of our recycled lithium carbonate, which validate the effectiveness of our recycling technology and position us with the industry’s shift to LFP batteries,” said Zarko Meseldzija, CEO of RecycLiCo. “This effort complements the global movement towards sustainability, with RecycLiCo as a potential supplier of battery-grade recycled lithium carbonate for greener battery manufacturing.”
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