The new European Battery Regulation

The new European Battery Regulation (EU 2023/1542) came into force on 17 August 2023.

It is part of the European Green Deal and sets strict sustainability standards for batteries in the EU. It regulates the entire lifecycle of batteries, from manufacturing to recycling, with a focus on optimizing performance and reducing CO2 emissions. It also aims to ensure that environmental and human rights due diligence requirements are met in battery value chains. Companies should start early to assess what obligations will apply to them from 18 February 2024.

We provide an overview of the Regulation

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