Infinitev has recently established a groundbreaking hybrid and EV battery remanufacturing facility in Auckland, New Zealand. With a commitment to sustainable practices and technological advancements, Infinitev's new facility sets new standards in the industry, offering a state-of-the-art solution to the growing demand for battery remanufacturing and recycling.
Addressing the Challenges of Battery Waste
The rise of electric vehicles has brought about numerous environmental benefits, including reduced greenhouse gas emissions and improved air quality. However, one pressing challenge associated with EVs is the management of battery waste. As batteries age or become damaged, they require proper disposal or recycling to prevent hazardous materials from entering landfills and polluting the environment. Recognising this challenge, Infinitev's state-of-the-art facility provides an effective solution for remanufacturing and recycling hybrid and EV batteries.
Infinitev's next gen hybrid battery charger unit
Cutting-Edge Technology and Processes
Infinitev's remanufacturing facility boasts cutting-edge technology and advanced processes designed to extend the lifespan of hybrid and EV batteries. By utilising sophisticated diagnostic tools, they can identify and replace faulty battery modules, ensuring that batteries with potential for continued use are not prematurely discarded. Any modules that are no longer suitable for use in a vehicle, are repurposed to energy storage systems for buildings. And when that second life comes to an end, modules are recycled to recover valuable materials that can be used to make new batteries, so closing the loop.