Redwood Materials Stock

redwoodmaterials.comEnergy / Energy StorageFounded: 2017Funding to Date: $1.82B

Redwood Materials is a developer of sustainable lithium-ion battery recycling technology designed to optimize circular supply chains to recycle waste into profit. Redwood was founded by JB Straubel (previously Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of Tesla) in 2017 and is headquartered in Carson City, NV. The company's technology processes scrap from battery cell production and consumer electronics, seeking to help clients turn them into electric vehicles and energy products, effectively re-using and processing raw materials into the battery supply chain.

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Management Team

Kevin Kassekert
Chief Operating Officer
Jason Thompson
Chief Financial Officer
Alan Nelson
SVP Battery Materials Technology
JB Straubel
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Alina Zagaytova
General Counsel
Paul Voigt
VP of Engineering

Board Members

David T Danielson
Breakthrough Energy Ventures

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News Highlights

Redwood Materials is partnering with Ultium Cells to recycle GM's EV battery scrap

There is a new partnership between Ultium Cells and Redwood Materials to control battery supply.

Here’s how Redwood Materials is creating a circular economy for lithium-ion batteries

Redwood Materials is remanufacturing lithium-ion batteries and expanding its facilities.

Redwood Materials will recycle stationary storage batteries as it expands its scope

Redwood Materials has recycled e-bike batteries and Tesla batteries. Now, it’s ready to level up a few sizes. The electric vehicle battery recycling and manufacturing venture founded by the former chief technologist of Tesla announced today that it will help decommission and recycle a 4MWh stationary storage substation in Kauai, Hawaii, as part of a massive solar array. The decommissioning recently wrapped and the batteries are now being transported to the company’s facility in north Nevada for recycling.
Updated on: Jul 14, 2024


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