Green Li-ion is revolutionizing the energy storage industry with world-first technology that fully remanufactures spent lithium-Ion batteries and waste.
Lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) have been the preferred portable energy source in recent decades. The exponential growth in the use of LIBs for Electric Vehicles and consumer devices has resulted in a great number of spent batteries. Disposal of these spent LIBs causes serious environmental problems due to hazardous components such as heavy metals and electrolytes.The current battery recycling methods are not suitable for recycling due to its slow process, low purity of the products, and the use of non-environmentally friendly leaching reagents.
Green Li-ion has developed a range of plug and play modular battery recycling technologies targeting recycling and manufacturing plants. This rejuvenation technology is a crucial part of the electrification journey as it solves a critical battery material supply crunch problem by reintroducing raw materials into the manufacturing process.
Leon graduated from Curtin University with a masters in Business before going on to a series of unicorn building projects. Leon scaled hundred-million-dollar energy companies to success across four continents and sits on the board of a number of prominent energy startups.
Reza has industry exposure to waste management and treatment, and a PhD from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at National University of Singapore. He has over 40 publications with 1050 citations, and is writing a book chapter on E-waste Management for ‘Circular Economy and Sustainability: Solid Waste Management’.
Founded at Entrepreneur First
Seed ($3.45 million) led by LiNiCo Corporation
Series A (11.6 million) led by led by Energy Revolution Ventures
Series B ($20.5 million) led by Trirec