Solarwatt has launched its range of advanced clean-energy PV technologies in Denmark in the latest stage of its Nordic expansion campaign.
In addition to the old batteries, scraps and residues are also used. This is followed by refining of the lead bullion according to the customer’s specifications, and finally casting.
In the future, small companies will be provided with complete systems. These are based on smaller storage units that are modular and can be cascaded.
Service providers are already establishing a dense network for the disposal of disused batteries. Because with the rise of electric mobility, this issue will gain in prominence.
Europe’s first gigafactory for battery storage systems is being put into operation in Lutherstadt Wittenberg, Germany.
The installing companies are faced with the problem of properly disposing of the old battery. Simply throwing it away is clearly not on.
Taking back used batteries is easy. Recycle it or pick the values out of it is more difficult. Much more difficult.
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