Strengthening the nickel supply chain for our planned UK electric vehicle battery recycling plant in Teesside with visit and strategic partnership in Indonesia

Indonesia is the world’s largest source and producer of nickel and is holding 25% of the world’s reserves. Nickel Mixed Hydroxide Precipitate (MHP) intermediate is becoming an essential raw material in the production of EV batteries. Our plant designed by Hatch, will be able to take a mixed feed of waste including consumer (LCO), EV…

Altilium Metals selected as a Clean Tech Innovator to present at “Mobilise the Future”, presented by UK Business Angels Association and the UK Government Advanced Propulsion Centre

Taking place at the Science Gallery, London on 7th February 2023, this event will welcome 10 entrepreneurs from across the clean automotive, transport and mobility industry to pitch for investment. From low-carbon innovations accelerating the road to NetZero to businesses with the potential to transform the transport and automotive space, this showcase will spotlight an…

Altilium Metals helping “to deliver the future of UK battery technology” with Faraday Battery Challenge Award

The UK’s electric vehicle sector received a jump start today with the announcement that £27.6m in government-backed funding has been awarded to 17 projects through the Faraday Battery Challenge, including Altilium Metals battery recycling technology. The Challenge Director, said “As we move towards a net zero future the UK’s electric vehicle industry must continue to…

MHP from recycled used electric vehicle batteries offers a new sustainable and low carbon source of nickel and cobalt for the electrified battery supply chain

Strict environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria are a top priority for automakers and regulators to say their batteries are sustainably and responsibly produced with the lowest carbon footprints. All battery gigafactories need nickel and cobalt for their products, with growing attention on Mixed Hydroxide Precipitate (MHP) as the main intermediate material in battery production.…

Altilium Metals delivers samples of graphite from recycled end-of-life electric vehicle batteries to European battery anode manufacturer

The graphite was recovered from NMC111 scrap at our Technology Centre in Devon. We are the only company in the UK recovering critical minerals from “black mass” on a battery recycling demonstration line, allowing us to attain data on feedstocks, scalability and product quality at future commercial plants. Lithium-ion EV batteries consist of many different…

Completion of Interim Technical Report on PT Konstruktor, a laterite Nickel Cobalt asset as part of a mixed feed strategy for the planned UK Teesside plant, recycling EV battery waste from 150,000 EV, the largest planned

Earthworx Indonesia has completed an Interim Technical Report on PT Konstruktor, a laterite Nickel Cobalt asset held as part of the group. This laterite ore will be processed and available as part of a mixed feed strategy to our planned UK plant. In conjunction with Hatch and the UK Government’s Automotive Transformation fund is in…

K+U Ventures Commits to Investment in Altilium Metals

Altilium Metals is excited to announce an investment from K+U Ventures, an Amsterdam based clean technology investor in circular ventures that support the transition towards a sustainable global economy. The new investment starts 2023 with growing momentum for Altilium Metals as a supplier of the technology metals needed for the energy transition by recycling existing…