Redwood Materials Stories October 13

Tesla cofounder and longtime CTO JB Straubel sent a warning to automakers that are making announcements about timelines to go all-electric: “Make sure you do the math when it comes to your supply chain.”

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Redwood Materials Stories September 22

Ford and Redwood Materials, a battery recycling and material supply company founded by Tesla cofounder JB Straubel, announced that they are partnering on battery supply and recycling.

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Redwood Materials Stories September 14

JB Straubel, better known as a Tesla cofounder and longtime CTO of the electric automaker, announced that his new company, Redwood Materials, will build a giant new battery material factory in the US.

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Redwood Materials Stories July 28

Battery recycling is key to making electric vehicles sustainable, and Redwood Materials, a company founded by Tesla co-founder JB Straubel, is a leader in the space.

Today, the company announced a $700 million capital raise to accelerate its effort.

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Redwood Materials Stories February 24

Tesla cofounder JB Straubel announced that his new startup, Redwood Materials, is going to recycle Nissan Leaf battery packs.

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Redwood Materials Stories January 11

Tesla is losing one of its top manufacturing engineers to Redwood Materials, a new startup founded by Tesla co-founder and long-time CTO JB Straubel.

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Redwood Materials Stories September 17, 2020

Tesla co-founder JB Straubel has received backing from Amazon for his battery material recycling venture: Redwood Materials.

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Redwood Materials Stories August 31, 2020

Tesla co-founder JB Straubel’s new startup is starting to emerge from stealth mode and it is already recycling scrap from Gigafactory Nevada – albeit not with Tesla.

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Redwood Materials Stories May 2, 2017

After a SEC filing uncovered by CB Insights showed that two current Tesla executives started a new stealth company,  the automaker is believed to be behind the new project, which apparently aims to create “advanced technology and process development for materials recycling, remanufacturing, and reuse.”

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