Independent consultant Brian Wilson outlines the planning, design, financial considerations, and operating principles for a new used lead-acid battery (ULAB) recycling plant in low and middle income countries.
The growth of the green energy generation has opened a growth market for lead batteries as the storage medium of choice, based on price, life cycle and the fact that the batteries are easily recycled at the end of their working life. The growth in green energy generation is particularly prevalent in Asia1, where there are the world's largest solar energy plants . . .