Omega Seiki, Attero partner to recycle over 100 MWh batteries by 2028: Details – IndiaTimes

Electric Vehicle manufacturer

Omega Seiki



, an

e-waste management


lithium-ion battery recycling

firm, have partnered to work to further enhance the


factor of

green vehicles

As part of this strategic collaboration, the duo will address the entire lifecycle of EV components and ensure responsible EV battery solutions. Omega Seiki aims to deploy

EV batteries

totaling over 1 GWh in the next 5 years, accompanied by a collective target with Attero to


over 100 MWh of batteries within the next 3-4 years.

The EV company has deployed over 10,000 vehicles so far.
Attero says that its facility boasts a capacity to process 1,45,000 metric tons of e-Waste and 11,000 metric tons of Battery Waste annually, with plans to scale up to 15,000 metric tonnes by February 2024.

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OSPL has undertaken a focused approach to convert all its plants into green energy solar-powered facilities, ensuring alignment with the principles of Net Zero energy consumption. OSPL’s commitment extends beyond its own operations, advocating for suppliers to embrace sustainable practices and ensuring the recycling of 100% of its waste, thereby acknowledging the indispensable role of waste management in fostering a sustainable and eco-friendly future.

This strategic alliance extends beyond the borders of India, encompassing the ASEAN and African regions, with a shared vision of contributing to a cleaner and greener global future. By leveraging their technological prowess and expertise in lithium-ion battery recycling, both companies aim to make a meaningful contribution to global environmental challenges.
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