The research signals that battery manufacturing — an activity now carried out on assembly lines in less-than-pristine conditions — could be forced to emulate the expensive practices of the semiconductor industry.
As raw metals become more costly to extract from the planet, the recycled market is ever more valuable. Nowhere is this more visible than in the supply chain for batteries. ReMatter wants to find the swiftest line through all players in the scrap metal supply chain – so that everyone wins, including the climate.
The geothermal startup, which got its start with help from the TomKat Center's Innovation Transfer Program and the course Stanford Climate Ventures, has moved from California to Texas after five years of development.
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