China: 10,235 power battery recycling outlets have been set up nationwide

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology held the eighth press conference on the theme of "Industry and Informatization Development in the New Era", with the theme of "Promoting the Green, Low-Carbon and Circular Development of Industry".


Huang Libin, director of the Department of Energy Conservation and Comprehensive Utilization of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, said that with the rapid development of the new energy vehicle industry, the number of retired power batteries has increased year by year. Doing a good job in the recycling and utilization of power batteries is of great significance for protecting the ecological environment, improving the efficiency of resource utilization, and ensuring the sustainable and healthy development of the new energy vehicle industry.


According to reports, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has adhered to the problem orientation in recent years, and jointly issued and implemented policies such as the "Interim Measures for the Management of Recycling and Utilization of Power Batteries for New Energy Vehicles" and "Administrative Measures for the Echelon Utilization of Power Batteries for New Energy Vehicles" to strengthen the traceability monitoring of the full life cycle of power batteries.


Implement industry-standard management of comprehensive utilization of waste power batteries, organize Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei and other regions and China Tower to carry out pilot projects for the recycling and utilization of power batteries for new energy vehicles, and explore diversified recycling models.

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology showed that as of the end of August, more than 190 enterprises in automobile production and comprehensive utilization of power batteries had set up 10,235 recycling service outlets in 326 prefecture-level administrative districts in 31 provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities across the country. At the same time, 45 key enterprises in echelon and recycling have been cultivated, and a number of new business models such as "renting and selling of echelon batteries" and "replacing waste materials for raw materials" have been explored, and the recycling system is being gradually improved.

  • In the next step, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology will implement policy requirements such as the "14th Five-Year Plan for Industrial Green Development" and the "Implementation Plan for Accelerating the Comprehensive Utilization of Industrial Resources", and focus on promoting the following work:

  • The first is to speed up the research and formulation of new energy vehicle power battery recycling management methods, increase regulatory binding, strengthen battery flow management, and compact the main responsibilities of all parties.

  • The second is to increase the research and promotion and application of key technologies such as flexible disassembly and efficient recycling of retired batteries, build a supply and demand docking platform, and improve the technical level of the industry. Accelerate the introduction of a number of national standards and industry standards for power battery recycling, do a good job in the publicity and implementation of standards, and strengthen standard leading support.

  • The third is to carry out a summary of the pilot work of power battery recycling, select and promote a batch of mature experience and typical projects of power battery recycling, encourage business model innovation, strengthen the connection between upstream and downstream of the industrial chain, and guide all parties to promote the construction of a high-quality recycling system.

  • The fourth is to continue to implement the industry standard management of comprehensive utilization of waste power batteries, implement a dynamic adjustment mechanism of “in and out”, cultivate and expand key enterprises of echelon and recycling, and promote the concentration of resource elements in advantageous enterprises.

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