London, UK, 18th January, 2023
The Global Battery Alliance (GBA), which the International Lithium Association (IliA) is proud to be a member of, has today launched the first-ever Battery Passport proof of concept at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos. ILiA is the global not-for-profit industry association for the lithium value chain and GBA is the world’s largest multi-stakeholder consortium working to establish a sustainable battery value chain.
Batteries are key to unlocking the clean energy transition, which is why the GBA’s flagship Battery Passport initiative is so important. The goal of the Battery Passport is to create a digital twin of each physical electric vehicle battery, conveying valuable information about all applicable sustainability and lifecycle requirements. Unveiled for the first time at Davos, the prototype battery passports include example data from Audi and Tesla relating to the battery’s technical specifications, material provenance, and reporting against key sustainability performance indicators.
ILiA is proud to represent the voice of the lithium suppliers at the GBA. Lithium is a key component of batteries for electric vehicles and other e-mobility solutions. ILiA is committed to promoting ESG and sustainability awareness across the lithium industry and through our membership of the GBA, we support the evolution towards sustainable, circular, and responsible battery value chains from the mine to the recycling plant.
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