CNBC EV battery documentary highlights important work at Spiers New Technologies

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CNBC, March 26, 2023 – As you drive around town, it’s hard not to see that EV adoption is growing rapidly. So, you might be wondering what happens to old or faulty EV batteries. Recently, CNBC examined the lifecycle of EV batteries and highlighted the critical work being performed at Spiers New Technologies (SNT) to extend the first life of batteries and keep them out of landfills.

Watch as founder Dirk Spiers and Cox Automotive Mobility EV Battery Solutions AVP, Lea Malloy discuss the market-leading 4R process of Repair, Remanufacturing, Refurbishing and Repurposing. And learn how Cox Automotive EV Battery Solutions is positioned to responsibly extend the life of EV batteries today – and well into the future.

These are exciting times in EV – and Cox Automotive Mobility EV Battery Solutions with SNT is leading the charge extending the life of lithium-ion batteries and keeping them out of our landfills and oceans through recycling. Watch the mini documentary here:

About Cox Automotive Mobility

Cox Automotive Mobility is driven to keep fleets and people moving safely and sustainably for the next generation. Building on our rich automotive legacy, we are a fundamental enabler of the emerging global transportation ecosystem – one that is autonomous, connected, electric and shared. www.coxautoinc.com/ev-battery

About Cox Automotive

Cox Automotive Inc. makes buying, selling, owning and using vehicles easier for everyone. The global company’s more than 27,000 team members and family of brands, including Autotrader®, Dealer.com®, Dealertrack®, Dickinson Fleet Services®, Kelley Blue Book®, Manheim®, NextGear Capital®, VinSolutions®, vAuto ® and Xtime ®, are passionate about helping millions of car shoppers, 40,000 auto dealer clients across five continents and many others throughout the automotive industry thrive for generations to come. Cox Automotive is a subsidiary of Cox Enterprises Inc., a privately-owned, Atlanta-based company with annual revenues of nearly $20 billion. www.coxautoinc.com