Most read Battery Reports in June

We have compiled a list of the three most read EV Battery Reports in June. These reports shed light on diverse topics, ranging from establishing resilient and sustainable value chains for EV batteries, the prevalent human rights and environmental abuses in nickel supply chains, and the challenges faced by Europe in securing critical metals for its rapidly growing EV market.
  • Building a Resilient EV Battery Value Chain | T20 Policy Briefs
  • How to guarantee green batteries in Europe | Transport & Environment
  • Critical Raw Materials Act | Transport & Environment

Building a Resilient EV Battery Value Chain | T20 Policy Briefs

This policy brief, published by the Observer Research Foundation (ORF), focuses on the importance of developing a resilient and sustainable value chain for EV batteries. It emphasizes the role of the G20 countries in leveraging their collective strength to deploy EVs at a large scale and reduce battery costs through economies of scale. The report highlights the challenges related to limited resource availability, environmental concerns, and geopolitical risks associated with importing critical battery components. It calls for increased collaboration and strategic planning among countries to establish a robust and resilient EV battery value chain.

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Source: Building a Resilient EV Battery Value Chain | T20 Policy Briefs

How to guarantee green batteries in Europe | Transport & Environment

This latest report highlights the recent agreement reached by EU negotiators on new rules for battery design, production, and recycling. Under these rules, battery manufacturers must calculate and report the carbon footprint of their batteries, encompassing the entire lifecycle. The data will be used to establish performance classes and set a maximum CO2 limit. The aim is to encourage the use of clean energy sources and minimize overall carbon emissions associated with battery production.

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Source: How to guarantee green batteries in Europe | Transport & Environment

Critical Raw Materials Act | Transport & Environment

The Critical Raw Materials (CRM) Act report, proposed by Transport & Environment, focuses on the challenges faced by Europe in securing critical metals for renewable energy and EV production. It emphasizes the need for self-sufficiency, refining, and recycling of metals like copper, lithium, and nickel. The report explores the potential for Europe to develop its onshore refining and processing capacities, reducing dependence on imports. It also highlights the importance of strategic partnerships with resource-rich countries, co-investments in mining projects abroad, and the expansion of recycling capabilities to meet the demand for critical metals.

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Source: Critical Raw Materials Act | Transport & Environment
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