Myth v Reality in the EV Car Battery World. A Chat with the Leadership of E-Mobility and TERREPOWER

Posted On January 22, 2024

Are electric car batteries an environmental disaster like some would have you think? Or are they God’s gift to planet earth as others would have you think? I speak with Maria Caballero, President of E-Mobility, a division of TERREPOWER and John Boyer, President of TERREPOWER, a division of BBB Industries. TERREPOWER takes used EV batteries and remanufacture them for resale. The execs say that, yes, there is an environmental cost to creating them, like there is for all things, but the benefit of running a car with no emissions outweights their cost. They also do electric storage tied to solar panels. Regardless of your point of view, the EV market is here to stay.

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