How complying with new battery regulations can help optimize your business processes 

The current economic landscape is increasingly regulated by sustainability directives. With regards to electric vehicles and the production of batteries, a growing concern has sparked around the carbon footprint that EV batteries generate, both during the production process and due to lacking recycling infrastructure. Hence, legislators around the world are increasingly bringing about new directives and laws to address this concern. Especially but not exclusively within Europe, the upcoming laws can have a decisive impact on both production processes, sourcing as well as on IT processes. Not complying with these laws might bring about severe legal and business implications, such as high-figure fines or prohibition to sell certain products.

Anticipating the impact of the new regulations on your business will not only avoid unnecessary litigation costs, but also enable new opportunities on the base of the needed process adaptations. To achieve this outcome, an exhaustive analysis of impacted stakeholders and processes needs to be made. As a result, current processes with regards to the sourcing, development, production and recycling of batteries can be revised, creating the opportunity for significant process improvements.

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accilium has exhaustive experience with regards to guiding our clients towards compliance of regulations that involve complex process adaptations in the automotive industry. Based on the robust industry knowledge of our consultants, we serves as a sparring partner and supports clients through the needed process adjustments, enabling the clients to engage hassle-free on their daily business.

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Michael Weingärtner | accilium

Michael Weingärtner

Senior Manager & Capability Lead Digital Process Excellence