In Europe, the production of 1000 GWh battery cells is planned to support EV sales, which are expected to account for around 30% of total passenger car sales by 2025. Localizing the global battery supply chain on each continent will be critical to driving down prices and enhancing the long-term viability of electric vehicles and renewable energy storage. To make electric vehicles and energy storage solutions really sustainable and affordable, Redwood must localize production, which begins with battery manufacturing. It combines recycling, refining, and remanufacturing on the same continent to reintroduce battery materials to local battery producers. This requires collecting spent batteries, disassembling them into their fundamental metals such as nickel, copper, cobalt, and lithium, and then reassembling those metals into cathode and anode components.
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