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The most popular battery types used in electric vehicles, lithium-ion batteries, are composed of carbon or graphite, a metal oxide, and lithium salt. These substances make up the positive and negative electrodes, and when they are coupled with the electrolyte, they create an electric current that drives the battery and propels the wheels of your car.
Additionally, it uses the same battery that can be found in laptops and other commonplace electronic devices, only on a larger scale.
When the battery reaches the end of its useful life, it can be disassembled to extract the raw materials for reuse because 80% of the components used to make electric vehicle batteries are recyclable.
This new line of items is thought to be very durable, resulting in less waste production and extending the useful life of the products.
The Spain EV Chemicals market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
For hybrid and electric vehicles, Cepsa has introduced its new line of XTAR lubricants and fluids as part of its commitment to advancing sustainable transportation.
To suit the evolving needs of this category of vehicles, the company has created a wide range of goods that are intended to safeguard them and extend the useful life of their mechanisms.
A variety of products with cutting-edge technology and low viscosity grades have been developed by Cepsa’s Lubricants business and Research Center, favouring reduced friction in the engine and lowering fuel consumption, CO2 emissions, and the emission of other polluting gases and particles (in the case of hybrid vehicles).
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