StoreDot has partnered with Circulor, a supply chain traceability solution, to track the provenance and CO2 emissions of the raw materials used in its battery cells and its manufacturing cells process. StoreDot says working with Circulor will help to create a more transparent battery supply chain to provide full traceability for global automotive manufacturers and support them in meeting regulatory requirements.
StoreDot and Circulor’s collaboration has already begun, and the two companies are implementing Circulor’s traceability solution to follow upstream battery material production and the corresponding embedded carbon emissions. This information will give StoreDot transparency and enable the company to make such information available to EV OEM customers and regulators requiring information regarding environmental, social and governance (ESG) efforts.
StoreDot has also joined the German government’s “Battery Pass” project as a supporting member alongside Circulor, which is a founding consortium member and leads the technology workstream. The two companies will continue to work within the project to strengthen industry collaboration and prepare for the enactment of the EU Battery Regulation.