Building North America’s First Battery Materials Park
Electra Battery Materials is in the process of developing and expanding its refinery to be an integral part of the North American battery supply chain, providing low-carbon, sustainable and traceable raw materials for the region’s fast growing electric vehicle industry.
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Low Carbon Battery Materials
Through refining, processing, and recycling, Electra plays a key role in the upstream and downstream of the electric vehicle (“EV”) battery supply chain. Electra provides a localized, secure, and sustainable option versus offshore alternatives.
electric vehicles will be supplied with Electra’s material annually*
Of Li-ion battery waste currently available for recycling
* Initial capacity of the cobalt and nickel sulfates facilities at the Battery Materials Park will be designed to supply raw materials for over 1.5 million electric vehicles per year
Electra’s value proposition is unique within North America. With a four-phased approach to growth, the Company is well positioned to grow along with North American demand for battery materials, while de-risking its project.
Electra Battery Materials is focused on creating the only Battery Materials Park in North America, from refining to precursor material.
Located in Ontario, Canada, with access to an abundance of affordable and renewable power, Electra will have one of the lowest carbon footprints within the EV supply chain.
Electra Battery Materials will produce secure, green, ethical battery raw materials from phase 1 of its battery materials park, including cobalt sulfate and recycled battery materials
Electra is led by a highly experienced group of Corporate Directors and Executives
The Electra leadership group has previously managed teams of 300+ employees and bringing into production a new recycling facility primarily designed to handle spent cobalt-based lithium batteries. Collectively, they have more than 200 years of experience in business leadership and operations.