Mar 28, 2023 - 09:33 am
Li-Cycle and Kion Group sign battery recycling agreement
The North American battery recycler Li-Cycle is cooperating with the industrial truck manufacturer Kion Group. Under the agreement, which runs until 2030, Li-Cycle will recycle batteries from Kion’s global brands starting in the second half of 2023.
Nov 4, 2022 - 02:52 pm
VinGroup & Li-Cycle launch recycling partnership
The Canadian recycling company Li-Cycle and Vines Energy Solutions (VinES), a battery company of Vingroup, have agreed on a global recycling partnership. Under the agreement, both companies will develop recycling solutions for VinES and VinFast, the electric car manufacturer that is also part of Vingroup.
Oct 14, 2022 - 04:33 pm
Li-Cycle opens battery recycling plant #4 in Alabama
The Canadian company Li-Cycle has commissioned its fourth recycling plant for lithium-ion batteries, this time in the state of Alabama, USA. The opening in Tuscaloosa took place a little later than planned but on a larger scale.
May 9, 2022 - 02:19 pm
Glencore and Li-Cycle join forces on battery recycling
Glencore has entered into a strategic partnership with Li-Cycle. The mining group is investing $200 million in the Canadian battery recycling company, which will also become a preferred partner of Glencore in the lithium-ion battery recycling sector.
Jan 31, 2022 - 02:03 pm
Li-Cycle announces two new recycling plants
The Canadian battery recycling company Li-Cycle has announced its first factory outside North America, in Norway. What is more, the company is building another recycling factory in North America in cooperation with GM’s Ultium Cells. The plant will be Li-Cycle largest facility to date.
Dec 15, 2021 - 02:01 pm
Li-Cycle and LG enter into recycling and nickel agreement
The Canadian battery recycler Li-Cycle has concluded a still non-binding memorandum of understanding with South Korea’s LG Chem and its battery division LG Energy Solution for the supply of scrap from battery production and complete lithium-ion batteries for recycling as well as for the purchase of nickel.
Nov 10, 2021 - 02:02 pm
NFI & Li-Cycle to cooperate on battery recycling
In North America, bus manufacturer NFI Group and recycling company Li-Cycle are cooperating to offer battery recycling to public transport customers there. The partnership builds on a successful pilot e-bus battery recycling programme between NFI subsidiary New Flyer and Li-Cycle.
Sep 30, 2021 - 04:17 pm
Li-Cycle raises $100 million from investor
The Canadian battery recycling company Li-Cycle has raised a 100 million US dollar investment from Koch Strategic Platforms (KSP). The fresh capital is meant to support Li-Cycle’s growth ambitions in North America, Europe and Asia.
Sep 9, 2021 - 02:54 pm
Li-Cycle announces plans for fourth battery recycling plant
The Canadian company Li-Cycle has announced its fourth commercial recycling plant for lithium-ion batteries. The new plant in Tuscaloosa in the US state of Alabama is expected to start operations in mid-2022. The Mercedes plant there will probably be an important supplier.
Jul 16, 2021 - 11:48 am
Li-Cycle to recycle batteries for Helbiz
The Canadian recycling company Li-Cycle and the Italian-American micromobility provider Helbiz announce their intention to jointly develop recycling solutions for spent lithium-ion batteries from e-scooters and e-bikes. The collaboration is expected to result in a recycling cooperation.
Jan 9, 2021 - 03:38 pm
New Flyer bus batteries to be used for recycling pilot project
New Flyer has completed a pilot project with Li-Cycle to recycle batteries from electric buses. The bus manufacturer supplied Li-Cycle with 45 end-of-life battery modules, which were converted into so-called black mass to recover materials such as nickel and cobalt.
Sep 19, 2020 - 10:39 am
Li-Cycle to build battery recycling ‘Hub’ in the USA
The Canadian recycling company Li-Cycle is now giving details of its announced first battery recycling plant in the USA. The company will invest more than 175 million US dollars in this plant in Rochester, New York State.