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Alternative Energy Material Purification

Lithium-ion battery purification technology


Cobalt, the most expensive metal used in batteries, is mainly produced as a by-product of copper and nickel mining, with a cost of approximately US$33,000 to US$35,000 per ton. At this stage, after the lithium battery is discarded, the treatment plant will sequentially carry out the steps of discharging, dismantling, and component separation. The cost of cobalt purification is very high regardless of whether it is going through Pyrometallurgy or Hydrometallurgy, In addition, most of the cobalt is contaminated by mixed waste, and the purity is less than 17% after the process. It increases the price of cobalt-containing cathode materials and becomes a major obstacle for car manufacturers to reduce the production cost of electric vehicles, which is not conducive to competition with gasoline vehicles.

With the separation and purification technology of lithium and cobalt and the purification technology of cobalt in cathode materials introduced by us, the purity of cobalt can be purified from 17% to 99%, which has reached the manufacturing standard. The reuse value is also increased by eight times compared to other disposal treatments. Through our technology, the cobalt application value is enhanced, becomes cost-efficient, accelerates carbon emissions reduction, and implements the goal of the circular economy concurrently.

Photovoltaic modules(PV) Glass Recycling Technology

Solar Energy

As a Renewable energy source with a more extended history, Solar Power has more comprehensive and mature technologies, equipment, and supporting facilities. Consequently, its cost is also relatively lower than the other. Enhanced by the government's preferential policies, solar power has become one of the market's most widely used sustainable energy sources. The application of solar power by monopoly companies is everywhere, including the construction of large-scale solar power plants and the development of High-tech electric vehicles with solar energy sources. It is expected to account for 80% of global power generation growth in the following ten years.

​China being the world's leading producer of photovoltaic modules (PV), its production of PV modules own a pivotal role in the country's renewable energy industry. China has the most numbers of new installations and accuminated installations of PV Module globally for consecutive years. 

Under the influence of the national policy of the carbon-neutral goal in 2060, the amount of output and waste PV module(Defective and obsolete product) is expected to grow simultaneously. Therefore, the treatment of waste PV modules will become a critical issue for the industry.

Due to the large variety and the complex structure of the PV Modules, the existing disposal of the waste module are incapable of separating the EVA from the panel glass. Eventually, it will end up being sent to landfills as the final treatment with a significant amount of EVA remaining.

For this reason, our company is introducing the PV glass recycling technology to separate the glass in the PV module from other materials with a water-based eco-friendly agent. After the process, the panel glass can be reused to produce ultra-clear glass, reflective materials, or humidity control products. The remaining waste PV module will turn into antistatic green products. Through our technology, the recycling of waste PV modules will replace harmful treatments such as burial and incineration as the final solution.  By helping increase the cost efficiency, it will advent the circular economy for the solar power industry and ultimately reduce carbon emissions and accelerate the realization of carbon neutrality. 

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