Redwood Materials Stock

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Founded: 2017Funding to Date: $1.82B
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Redwood Materials has created a sustainable battery recycling technology designed to perfect circular supply chains by transforming waste into profit. The company's innovation allows for the recycling and processing of scrap sourced from battery cell production and consumer electronics. It offers large-scale sources of domestic anode and cathode materials made from a growing number of recycled batteries. This allows Redwood Materials' clients to construct the world's electric vehicles and energy products through the creation of circular supply chains, ultimately reintroducing vital raw materials back into the battery supply chain effectively.

Investors Include:

535West, Lurra Capital, Breakthrough Energy, Redefine Ventures, Gen7 Investments, Franklin Venture Partners, Emerson Collective, Caterpillar, Ericsenz Capital, Franklin Templeton, The Climate Pledge, Kortschak Investments, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, CPP Investments, Collaborative Fund, HiJoJo Partners, T. Rowe Price, Capricorn Investment Group, OMERS Ventures, Microsoft Climate Fund, Ford, Woori Venture Partners, Tesla, Valor Equity Partners, Fidelity Investments.

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Management Team

Jason ThompsonChief Financial Officer
Kevin KassekertChief Operating Officer
Colin CampbellChief Technology Officer
Cal LanktonChief Commercial Officer

Board Members

David Thomas DanielsonBoard Member
Jeffrey B. StraubelBoard Member

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Redwood Materials in the News

Source: TechCrunchRedwood Materials is partnering with Ultium Cells to recycle GM’s EV battery scrap

Redwood Materials, the battery recycling startup founded by former Tesla co-founder JB Straubel, will be recycling production scrap for batteries going

Source: Openpr.comRobust Growth in Lithium Battery Recycling Services Market (2024-2031): Industry Insights, SWOT Analysis, Market Size, Share, and Key Growth Factors | Ecobat, Redwood Materials, American Battery Technology Company (ABTC)

The latest release from WMR titled Lithium Battery Recycling Services Market Research Report 2024 2031 by Product Type End User Application and Regions Countries provides an in depth assessment of the Lithium Battery Recycling Services including k...

Source: Clean TechnicaRedwood Materials Has Good News About Electric Cars

Redwood Materials is at the leading edge of a US-based supply chain for battery materials for electric vehicles.

Source: PR NewsWireGuidehouse Insights Names Li-Cycle, Aqua Metals and Redwood Materials Leading Lithium Ion Battery Recycling Vendors

/PRNewswire/ -- A new report from Guidehouse Insights assesses the competitive landscape of companies offering lithium ion (Li-ion) battery recycling. Li-ion...

Source: electrive.comRedwood Materials breaks ground on new battery factory

The recycling company founded by former Tesla CTO JB Straubel has started constructing its 'Battery Materials Campus' in South Carolina. Redwood expects to produce 100 GWh worth of battery materials there.

Source: Clean TechnicaRedwood Materials Building Huge Cathode Factory In USA

USA has not been the home of much of the world’s EV battery or battery component production. That has been ... [continued]

Source: Europ InfoRedwood Materials expands in Europe with acquisition of Redux Recycling – Recycling Product News

Redwood Materials expands in Europe with acquisition of Redux Recycling – Recycling Product News

Source: ForbesToyota Signs On As First Carmaker To Buy Battery Components From Redwood Materials

CEO JB Straubel says his startup’s deal with the automaker is an industry first, combining recycling old batteries and producing anodes and cathodes for new ones.

Source: ForbesRedwood Materials Gears Up To Recycle First Big Wave Of Used EV Batteries

The battery components company created by Tesla cofounder JB Straubel wants the high-value metals used in 250,000 electric vehicles, hybrids and plug-in...

Source: TechCrunchJ.B. Straubel talks Tesla, Redwood Materials and keeping a startup mentality at any scale | TechCrunch

J.B. Straubel has worn many hats in his career: co-founder of Tesla, Tesla Board Member, and more recently, founder and CEO of battery materials and