Welcome to REBELION newsletter #1

January 2024

Dear REBELION Community,

Welcome to the first edition of the REBELION project newsletter, your go-to source for updates on our initiative aimed at revolutionizing waste management challenges associated with lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) used in electric mobility.

Funded by the European Union, the REBELION project is at the forefront of tackling the critical issue of sustainable disposal and recycling of LIBs. As electric vehicles (EVs) become increasingly prevalent, the need to address the environmental impact of their end-of-life batteries becomes more urgent. Our mission is clear: to develop cutting-edge technologies to promote a circular model for LIBs for electric mobility, enabling feasible industrial practices in the coming years to maximise second-life applications and improve recycling efficiency.

In this edition of the newsletter, we are excited to share the latest developments, milestones, and insights from the REBELION project. Stay tuned as we delve into the impactful strides we've made and explore the potential avenues for sustainable growth within the European Union.

Thank you for being an integral part of the REBELION community. Together, we are paving the way towards a greener and economically vibrant future.

Best regards,
Angela Marzorati
Communication and Dissemination Officer

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