Northvolt and Hydro to build major EV battery recycling hub

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A rendering of a future Northvolt battery production facility. Credit: Northvolt
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A rendering of a future Northvolt battery production facility. Credit: Northvolt

Partners will split materials generated at the plant, providing capacity to recycle batteries from Norway’s world-leading fleet of electric vehicles

Swedish battery manufacturer Northvolt and global aluminium company Hydro have teamed up to develop a plant capable of recycling batteries used by Norway's rapidly growing fleet of electric vehicles (EVs)....

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