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UiA researchers are now developing a safe and fast method for disassembling used electric car batteries and preparing them for reuse.
Associate Professor Martin Choux at the University of Agder will lead a four-year research project on battery recycling with support from Horizon Europe.
Associate Professor Johannes Landesfeind starts as head of the Agder Battery Project at the University of Agder on 1 January 2022.
Morrow Batteries AS is planning a large battery factory in Arendal. Their innovation centre will be UiA’s nearest neighbour in Grimstad.
The university in the south of Norway is initiating a large-scale collaboration with business and industry to develop battery expertise within research, education, and co-creation.
The regional research fund in Agder has given NOK 5 million to UiA's focus on how to give used electric vehicle batteries a new life as sustainable energy storage units.
Together with partners in the industry, researchers at the university are developing new methods of recycling electric vehicle batteries.