Masdar City, Headquarter
Amman, Jordan – R&D Team
A regenerative battery technology developer focuses on testing, maintenance and repurposing technologies for electric and hybrid vehicle batteries and home and telecommunication storage batteries.
From Japan to The World.
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EXELx will be responsible for the awareness, battery health checkers, and Recovery of the used batteries for reusing and repurposing. In parallel with international collaborations to recycle physically damaged batteries through safe and sustainable solutions.
- Hundreds of NiMH Batteries were regenerated with 100% performance.
- Regenerating more than 10K scrap cells.
- Lead-acid batteries regenerated with annual routine assessment corporate contracts.
Batteries are widely utilized in daily life worldwide, such as in Hybrid, Electric vehicles, Telecommunication Industry and Forklift. on the other hand, many batteries have been scrapped.
- More than 8 million tons of lithium-ion batteries are currently retired.
- Negative Environmental Impacts
- 12 MILLION TONS OF RETIRED BATTERIES BY 2030 *
- By one estimate, more than 12 million tons of lithium-ion batteries are expected to retire between now and 2030.
EXELx research and development team, have started to study these type of batteries; to find the best solutions of recharging and regenerating for re-uses and re-purposes. With the new parameters of EXELx Technology, the appearance of the battery that has never been seen before (barrier phenomenon, polarity inversion, new full charge detection, etc.) will be seen Besides, although the LOOP parameters do not directly improve the recovery ability, but contribute to the improvement of charge acceptance performance.
Our technology detects battery health to determine the recovery methods of used batteries for reusing and repurposing. We send the physically damaged batteries to recycling partners with safe and sustainable solutions.
Our R&D team works continuously to develop the technology to increase the speed of the test and regeneration process by understanding more parameters and developing the algorithm accordingly.
Since 2012, Our partners at Battery Bank Systems in Nagoya – Japan, have been developing the tools that our team continue to develop and innovate new tools using machine learning and AI to keep up with the rapidly changing technology advancement.