For years now, Tesla has been working with third-party recyclers to recover materials from their end-of-life battery packs. But the automaker has also been working on its own “unique battery recycling system.“
The battery will be built near Geelong, southwest of Melbourne, and will offer 450 megawatt-hours of energy storage. It’s three times bigger than the original 100-MW Tesla system built in South Australia, which was the biggest in the world when it was built just three years ago.
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