Hydrogen to give end-of-life magnets new life as part of an agreement between Pensana and Equinor

End-of-life magnets will be recycled using hydrogen as a means to support a green circular economy and decarbonise the overall process.

This will be fully explored as part of a new agreement between Pensana and Equinor New Energy with the end-of-life batteries to be recycled using hydrogen at a rate earth hub based in Saltend Chemical Park, UK.

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