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Old electric-vehicle batteries are getting a second life

There are currently 10 million EVs on the world’s roads, a figure that is expected to rise to 300 million by 2030, the IEA says. That will create a valuable market for retired batteries: Roughly 1.7 million will be available for reuse in 2030 (Photo: Bloomberg)Premium
There are currently 10 million EVs on the world’s roads, a figure that is expected to rise to 300 million by 2030, the IEA says. That will create a valuable market for retired batteries: Roughly 1.7 million will be available for reuse in 2030 (Photo: Bloomberg)
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Auto makers like Nissan and Renault are using retired batteries to build large-scale energy-storage systems

Millions of electric vehicles will be scrapped in the coming years. For the batteries that power them, that won’t be the end of the road.

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