Redwood is focused on building a circular supply chain to support a sustainable world. This involves accelerating the reduction of fossil fuels and ensuring the affordability and sustainability of batteries. The company aims to close the loop at the end of a battery's life by localizing the production of anode and cathode components in the U.S. This will be achieved by utilizing as many recycled batteries as possible. Through these efforts, Redwood is striving to develop a fully closed-loop and domestic supply chain for lithium-ion batteries.
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Redwood Materials Valuation
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Redwood Materials IPO
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Does Redwood Materials have stock?
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