- Portable Power Station
- Lithium Battery Pack
- Solar Energy Storage
- Primary Battery
- Rechargeable Batteries
- Branded Battery
- Dry Battery
- Battery Accessories
Do you know how the national policy has been laid out in advance for the peak of scrapping of power lithium-ion batteries?
In recent years, driven by the sound development trend of my country's new energy automobile industry, the installed capacity of power lithium-ion batteries has also increased significantly. The service life of the power lithium-ion battery is 3-5 years.
As of 2015, 266 million power lithium batteries have been put into use nationwide, with a total weight of about 798,000 tons. my country’s lithium-ion batteries are expected to be scrapped around 2019. In the future, the recycling of used lithium-ion batteries is becoming increasingly urgent.
Currently, the industry generally believes that the three important driving forces driving the development of lithium battery recycling business are the economics, environmental protection requirements and policy support of power lithium-ion battery recycling. This article will try to sort out and analyze policy support, one of the three major driving forces.
Table 1 my country's related policies and industry standards for used batteries
How to make arrangements in advance for national policies?
1. Improve the economic benefits of waste power lithium batteries
In June 2012, the State Council announced the Energy Vehicle Development Plan' marks the formal formulation of management methods for the recycling and utilization of power lithium batteries, and the establishment of a cascade utilization and recycling management system for power lithium batteries will be accelerated in the future. After the promulgation of the 'Methods of Action to Promote the Development of the Automotive Power Lithium Battery IndustryThe cascade utilization of lithium batteries is the main line to improve the utilization level of used lithium-ion batteries.
2. Clearly divide the main responsibility for the recycling of used lithium-ion batteries
Relevant regulations and policies emphasize the need to strengthen car companies The main responsibility of car companies in related links, including the production, use, recycling, and reuse of lithium-ion batteries; establish a lithium-ion battery traceability information management system to track and record the recycling of waste batteries, and add battery recycling to vehicles Enterprise product after-sales service commitment system.
3. Gradually establish and improve power lithium battery recycling industry specifications
my country's first power lithium battery recycling country The standard 'Regulations for the Recycling, Utilization and Disassembly of Vehicle Power Lithium Batteries' was published in May 2017. The National Standardization Administration clearly requires that recycling and dismantling companies have relevant qualifications. Experts believe that the power lithium battery recycling market must have corresponding regulations, and the power lithium battery recycling industry must have certain threshold requirements to achieve standardized development from the beginning. The company either does not deal with it or deals with it in all aspects. The promulgation of the 'Regulations for Recycling, Utilization and Dismantling of Lithium Battery for Vehicles' is conducive to preventing companies from disposing of waste batteries for profit, and preventing only disposal of valuable metal materials and discarding others, which will pollute the environment.
4. Establish and improve the power lithium battery recycling system
The policy pointed out that on the one hand, the Pearl River Delta and the Yangtze River Delta , Tianjin, Beijing, Hebei and other new energy vehicle development clusters are the focus of demonstration applications, encouraging the establishment of economical and universal lithium battery recycling models; on the other hand, power lithium battery production companies and electric vehicle production companies will respond Responsible for the work related to the establishment of a waste battery recycling network, and collect information on waste battery recycling through the after-sales service network to ensure the safe disposal and recycling of lithium-ion batteries; furthermore, car companies should establish an information supervision system to target the recycling of lithium-ion batteries. The situation is tracked and recorded.