….that a certain stock market little darlin’ of a company was touting its recycling technology a little too much and not paying enough attention to the problems of collecting what was to be recycled.
There was some contretemps over this suggestion.
Apropos of nothing:
RENO, NV / ACCESSWIRE / May 25, 2021 / Green technology innovators Cicle, Inc. and American Battery Metals Corporation (OTCQB:ABML), an American-owned lithium-ion battery recycling technology and advanced extraction company with extensive mineral resources in Nevada, which is in the process of changing its name to American Battery Technology Company (“ABTC”) announced today a strategic partnership to create the first-of-its-kind centralized service operations for collection and recycling of electric vehicle batteries at Cicle EV ChargeParks. The ventures will team up to meet heightened consumer demand as all leading global automakers and truck fleets transition to electric mobility.
The strategic partnership solves a critical renewable energy supply problem for the fast-growing EV ecosystem. The growth of electric vehicles has so far relied on environmentally unfriendly and inefficient local power grids to supply energy for recharging short-range batteries in cars and trucks. The ABTC & Cicle ChargeParks collaboration creates a practical and highly advanced renewable energy technology solution.
Cicle ChargeParks patent-pending infrastructure is designed to recharge consumer EV’s efficiently as well as house multiple ABTC collection points and operations across North America. ABTC may then collect the spent and damaged EV batteries and other lithium-ion products for recycling and core metals processing. Results: Cicle clean, safe & rapid EV charging facilities working collaboratively with ABTC green extraction and processing of metal battery components used to build high-range EV batteries that will drive the electric vehicle revolution.
A collection network for EV batteries!