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Ministry of Industry develops electric motorcycles – uninterruptible power supplies from the remains of the EV battery support new business

Ministry of Industry shows the revitalization of EV batteries Development of electric motorcycles – uninterruptible power supplies support new business

Mr. Suriya Juangroongruangkit Minister of Industry Revealed that the Ministry of Industry or MIND focuses on enhancing the potential of Thai entrepreneurs to have competitiveness and sustainable growth. by developing and promoting the use of innovations and technologies that are environmentally friendly To achieve sustainable use of resources according to the Circular Economy principles under the BCG Model policy (Bio-Circular-Green (BCG) Economy) and from the expansion of the electric vehicle market with government promotion measures. as well as pushing Thailand to become the world’s major production base for electric vehicles and parts.

Ministry of Industry The Department of Primary Industries and Mines (DNP) has prepared to support the management of used electric vehicle batteries that will increase in volume. It has been successful in developing technology to manage fully used electric vehicle batteries, both reuse and recycle by using cells (cells) and modules (modules) in the battery that are still highly efficient. King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) has developed a technology to be used as a source of energy (Second Life EV Batteries) for small electric vehicles. and buildings, houses, offices or factories Including developing a prototype electric golf cart. electric moped electric motorcycle conversions (EV conversions) and uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) that use batteries from used electric vehicle batteries.

The test results are expected The battery will last at least 8 years, or similar to the life of a new battery in an existing electric vehicle. for the battery that cannot be reused. The DEP has collaborated with Suranaree University of Technology (SUT) to develop recycling technology that can separate the extraction of lithium and cobalt. This is a raw material that the European Union (EU) is classified as a material that is very important or Critical Raw Materials (CRM). Including developing a prototype lithium-ion battery that uses lithium obtained from the battery recycling as a starting material for battery production. In which the aforementioned work of both technologies is the first success in Thailand.

Mr. Nirun Yingmahisaranon Director-General of the Department of Primary Industries and Mines (DDP) said that DDP has continuously promoted, developed and transferred innovation and technology to entrepreneurs. by this work It is a collaboration between the DDP. electricity in the future It is also an important answer for promoting and developing the electric vehicle battery industry in the future. Create a new business model (New Business Model) throughout the value chain of the electric vehicle industry. and result in an efficient and comprehensive management system for used electric vehicle batteries. To prevent waste and pollution problems from batteries in the future by recirculating used materials within the country in a comprehensive and sustainable way

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This is in line with the government’s policy to drive the country’s economy towards a circular economy. And in line with the reform policy of the Ministry of Industry of Dr. Nattaphon Rangsitphon, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Industry, which aims to develop “good industry Sustainably Living with the Community” to connect the grassroots economy through a 4-dimensional policy, promoting business, taking care of society, and preserving the environment. and distribute income to the community

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