To deliver battery grade secondary Co, Ni, Mn, Li, C-graphite and benchmark recovered RMs in NMC811, MMC9½½ and LMNO cathodes versus cathodes containing primary RMs. Cost of the battery grade cathode material will be < 30 €/kWh and performance reported in a scientific publication.
To develop and demonstrate a blockchain platform for RM, product, and supply chain tracking within the scope of ongoing EC efforts and legislations on supply chain transparency and Battery Passport.
To build a prototype of second life battery from BATRAW sample and a tool for repair of battery packs and modules.
To feed the EC’s Raw Materials Information System (RMIS) by the IMS; to contribute to policies and standardisation in battery raw materials, processing, recycling, and waste in line with EU initiatives such as the Batteries Directive, Waste Framework Directive (2008/98/EC), and Circular Economy Action Plan, all met in 2-3 policy briefs and associated dossier.
To develop and deliver eco-design guidelines on pack manufacturing supporting better repair and dismantling of large battery packs.
To fully substantiate an exploitation and business plan that takes a broad EU-wide focus, including Circular Business models, for the successful implementation of BATRAW innovative dismantling and recycling processes.
To develop and deliver guidelines and best practices for safe handling and transport of end-of-life battery waste.
To quantify environmental impacts and benefits of BATRAW results by LCA study and engage stakeholders and EU citizens in the BATRAW results.