BORDENTOWN, NJ, April 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Princeton NuEnergy, Inc. (“PNE”, the Company), an emerging growth company whose core business is the regeneration of lithium-ion battery (LIB) materials, today announced that the Company had successfully exhibited at the 39th annual International Battery Seminar & Exhibit, the industry’s premier event showcasing the state of the art of global developments in energy storage technologies for consumer, automotive, military applications and industrial.
Attendees include battery technologists from leading OEMs, leading cell manufacturers, and the entire advanced battery ecosystem globally and online. As LIB recycling is an essential step to meet stringent environmental regulations and resource conservation, the PNE team presented and discussed its leading technologies listed as New direct recycling of plasma-based Li-ion batteries at the event.
As part of the Seminar Global supply chain for battery raw materials track, the founder and CEO of PNE, Dr. Chao Yan, presented “Direct plasma recycling of lithium-ion batteries”. PNE has developed a new low-cost, organic-free direct battery recycling technology to recycle and regenerate used lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) from electric vehicles (EVs), portable electronics and other storage devices. of energy. This direct recycling technology will accelerate the electrification of transportation by increasing the commercial viability of electric vehicles, reducing the cost of batteries, and providing a steady supply of battery materials to the manufacturing process.
PNE’s mission aligns with the goals of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Legislation (BIL) to provide more clean energy, create new jobs, and reduce costs for American families and workers by guiding the nation toward a 100% carbon pollution free electricity sector by 2035 and net-zero economy by 2050.
PNE will be the main sponsor of the 40th Annual International Battery Seminar and Exhibition in 2023.
About Princeton NuEnergy
Princeton NuEnergy offers innovative and sustainable energy and environmental solutions. The company is currently focusing on the closed-loop recycling of lithium-ion batteries and the low-cost production of active cathode materials, and ultimately achieves a significant reduction in carbon emissions. For more information, visit www.pnecycle.com.
For more information please contact:
dr. Yan ChaoCEO
E-mail: [email protected]
SOURCE Princeton NuEnergy