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Electric car batteries: A second life?

By France24
25 July 2021   |   12:55 pm
It's the biggest revolution in motoring in more than a century. In the decades to come, electric cars will overtake their petrol-powered counterparts. But what should be done with the batteries used to run electric cars? We take a closer look in this edition of Down to Earth.

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