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MG Motor partners Attero to recycle Li-ion batteries 

MG Motor India has made an announcement that it has partnered with Attero for the recycling of electrical automobile batteries in India. The three way partnership goals to reuse and recycle the lithium-ion batteries used within the firm’s ZS EV items.

MG Motor companions Attero

MG Motor India President and Managing Director Rajeev Chaba mentioned “We’ve got been constantly engaged on increasing the ecosystem within the EV area, as one of many first entrants within the phase. The partnership with Attero provides our prospects extra confidence with respect to the battery’s end-of-life utilization. The transfer will help in accountable recycling and can additional minimise the carbon footprint of ZS EV customers whereas supporting the native economic system.”

The corporate had launched its second SUV ZS EV and it has collaborated with a number of charging infrastructure suppliers to put in charging stations on the firm’s dealerships and buyer residences.

MG Motors Companions Umicore for recycling used Li-ion batteries

In 2019, MG Motors had additionally introduced its partnership with Umicore, a lithium-ion battery recycling options supplier for efficient life cycle administration of the lithium-ion batteries for use within the e-ZS electrical automobile.

The corporate mentioned in a press launch, “Umicore is one among few firms that provide a whole recycling journey for Li-ion batteries. Umicore holds intensive experience in end-to-end battery life cycle administration and a singular battery worth chain that ensures higher operational effectivity, provide safety, and pace of response.”

MG Motors had additionally made a partnership with Exicom to successfully make use of used lithium-ion batteries that can be utilized in its electrical autos. The corporate says that these battery packs can be utilized in purposes corresponding to residence inverters, business and industrial UPS, and renewable vitality storage.

MG Motors India companions IIT Delhi for EVs & automotive analysis

It had additionally introduced its partnership with IIT Delhi for electrical autos & automotive analysis. The partnership will facilitate the analysis on the Centre for Automotive Analysis and Tribology (CART) for analysis within the discipline of electrical and autonomous autos.

MG’s partnership with eChargeBays is the most recent among the many sequence of alliances with EV charging gamers who’re geared toward making a dynamic charging infrastructure throughout the nation. It has already partnered with Fortum and Delta Electronics India for the quick charging and sluggish charging segments, respectively.

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