Circular Business Models for Extended EV Battery Life
Life After Use: Circular Economy Business Models for the Second-Life of EV Batteries
The ongoing electrification will dramatically increase the number of batteries in the society. A challenge that needs to be addressed already, is how to deal with the large volumes of used and degraded EV batteries in a close future. One way could be to give the batteries a second-life, thus reusing them within another application. This presentation will elaborate upon how a second-life could be facilitated by the use of circular economy business models and also about the components of a potential future value chain.
John Fransson & Fredrik Josefson, thesis project, Chalmers
Perspectives on business model development for second-use of traction batteries
RISE Researchers Derek Diener (Sustainable Business) and Sara Fallahi (Digital Innovation) present insights from their ongoing work in projects on circular business model innovation related to lithium-ion traction batteries. Perspectives from actors of the existing and potential business ecosystem demonstrate both challenges and opportunities to preserve and capture value of traction batteries long after the first planned use.
Derek Diener, Senior Researcher, Sustainable Business & Sara Fallahi, Senior Researcher, Digital Innovation,
When: Wednesday 21 October 2020, 09:00-10:00.
Where: Online via Microsoft Teams
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