Dragon RS to Launch Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery Plant

We are pleased to announce the imminent arrival of our Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery Recycling Plant.

The lack of a recycling solution for Lithium Thionyl Chloride (LTC) batteries has caused industry wide issues, both within the UK and in Europe. As the world moves towards Net Zero and re-mining natural resources, the age-old solutions to incinerate and landfill have become redundant in the favour of new technological advancements. There are many recycling plants developed to process Lithium-Ion batteries but this is not the case regarding LTC batteries.

Dragon RS have invested substantial resources working in conjunction with some of the country’s leading Universities and regulatory bodies to develop a solution to the LTC Battery Recycling problem that is both safe and environmentally responsible. Our LTC battery recycling solution has been specifically designed to process Lithium Thionyl Chloride chemistry, recover 100% of the raw materials for reuse in battery manufacturing and provide circular economy of critical raw materials with zero emissions. This clean plant will help cover your obligations under the Waste Batteries and Accumulator Regulations.

Dragon RS will be launching their LTC Battery Recycling Plant in late Spring 2024 to satisfy immediate demands.

Dragon RS Approved for Use Case 4

We are proud to announce that our Triage Facility Provider Assurance Status has been updated to ’approved’ by The Security Sub-Committee in line with SEC Section G12.7 of the Smart Energy Code (SEC).

The SEC is the agreement that defines the rights and obligations of energy suppliers, network operators and other relevant parties involved in the management of smart metering in the UK.

Dragon RS are the first service provider to be granted this status and are currently the only service provider to offer this service to customers. This award comes after months of hard work and preparation by our team. We have undertaken a User Security Assessment as required by the Smart Energy Code (SEC) Section G12. As such, our triage facility must ensure that the Triage Tool and Triage System Interface used for Triage Activities have been assured under the CPA Build Standard as required by the CPA Security Characteristic Triage interface updates to GSME, ESME, & SAPC SCs and CPA Build Standard Extensions.

The addition of this service means that we can continue to provide a one-stop solution to our customers as well as the assurance of our commitment to quality services.