We’re building a circular supply chain to power a sustainable world.


Climate change is creating a global imperative to electrify and accelerate the reduction of fossil fuels. Batteries are the solution, yet critical metals move 50,000+ miles before they reach a cell factory – a costly and unsustainable process.

  • Cathode and anode, the two core components in a lithium-ion battery, aren’t produced in North America today.

  • As a result, U.S. cell manufacturers will spend more than $600B overseas on these materials by 2030.


Surging battery demand
Demand for lithium-ion batteries estimated to grow 500% in the next 10 years.


Unsustainable supply chain
The number of miles that materials must move before they reach a battery cell factory.

300 TWh

Gap in capacity
The world is estimated to need 300 terawatts of battery capacity to be fully sustainable.


Electrification is projected to increase lithium-ion demand over 500% by 2030. The supply chain is unprepared to support that growth.

Engineering sustainability


Redwood is transforming the battery supply chain by offering large-scale sources of domestic anode and cathode materials produced from an increasing number of recycled batteries that directly go back to U.S. cell manufacturers.


  • Recycle

    Collection, storage, & material-specific recycling 

  • Refine

    Hydrometallurgical metal refining

  • Remanufacture

    Anode & cathode battery components


Our partners share our vision to create a sustainable transportation and energy future.

  • Volkswagen Group of America
  • Panasonic
  • Southern Company
  • Volvo
  • Lyft
  • Toyota
  • ERI
  • Ford


Join the team that is inventing circular supply chains to build a sustainable world.