Project started on 1st May and the KOM took place at Leitat. A consortium of 18 partners from seven countries develops this project, which is of strategic importance for the EU in reducing its dependence on imports of these critical raw materials, as well as being able to guarantee a stable supply chain in view of the expected growth of the electric mobility market in the coming years in Europe.
The project, focus on the development of eco-design guidelines that favour the repair and dismantling of batteries, as well as best practices for the safe handling, transport of these wastes and recovery of raw materials.
The BATRAW project has a total budget of 13,212,811 million euros of which 10,236,986 euros are financed by the European Commission in the Horizon Europe framework programme.
This project has received funding from the European Union´s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grants agreement No 101058359