Mercedes-Benz Energy and Lohum Cleantech sign agreement to recycle EV batteries

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Mercedes-Benz Energy has signed an agreement with battery recycler Lohum Cleantech for supplying second-life batteries. Under the deal, Lohum has committed to lifting a minimum of 50 MWh across multiple second-use modules annually from Mercedes-Benz Energy.

Once these second-life modules reach the end-of-life stage, Lohum offers a buy-back guarantee to recycle them through its hydromet plant.

The agreement will enable Lohum to secure high volumes of second-use battery modules from Mercedes-Benz Energy.

Lohum will be the first partner for repurposing EV batteries for Mercedes-Benz Energy in Asia. At present, Lohum repurposes battery applications primarily for the Indian stationery and non-auto mobility storage markets. Its mobility applications include low-power applications such as the electric rickshaw and stationary applications range from small 6-KWh batteries to larger 1-MWh storage systems.

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