Propulsion Québec publishes a new study on end-of-life batteries

Propulsion Québec, the cluster for electric transport and smart transportation has recently unveiled a new study  entitled Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for Electric Vehicle Lithium-Ion Batteries in Quebec.

In order to provide a framework for end-of-life electric vehicle (EV) battery management and curtail environmental risks, Propulsion Québec commissioned consulting firm EY to analyze the feasibility of implementing an extended producer responsibility (EPR) mechanism in Quebec.

The study identifies the main hurdles to and advantages of implementing EPR in Quebec.

The whole study can be consulted on

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