The Open Battery Passport makes EU regulatory compliance easy.

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Our Vision

We aim to empower automotive OEMs, battery manufacturers and battery-related stakeholders to harness data for improved sustainability, circularity, battery performance, and compliance with key regulations, including EU battery regulation and the IRA.
Join us in shaping a cleaner, more responsible, and connected automotive world with the most comprehensive battery data tooling available.
What is the Open Battery Passport?
The Open Battery Passport is a blockchain-based digital record of a battery designed by Minespider specifically to address the requirements of the EU and other upcoming battery regulations. 
Our Aim
To enable stakeholders to make more informed decisions and ensure traceability, transparency and compliance - by providing a reliable and secure tool for recording and sharing information from every stage of the battery’s life cycle.
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What will you get

Unparalleled Transparency
Gain complete visibility into your EV battery's life cycle, enabling continuous improvements.
Regulatory Compliance
Meet the requirements of EU and other upcoming battery regulations with ease.
ESG Metrics & Carbon Tracking
Monitor and report on crucial environmental, social, and governance factors, carbon emissions data and percentage of the recycled content.
Easy Integration
Swiftly create Battery Passports using our open API, templates, and customizable data fields.
Circular Economy Enabler
Empower responsible handling of batteries and boost recycling efforts, promoting a sustainable future.
Unlimited Use
The Open Battery Passport includes an unlimited number of passports, accounts, and API calls.
Regulation Timeline

EU battery regulation requirements

2023

The Regulation enters in Force (August 2023)

2024

Up-to date parameters for SoH and expected lifetime data for LMT, EV and stationary battery energy storage systems will be required as part of the Battery Management System (BMS) (August 2024)

2025

Carbon footprint declaration for EV batteries (February 2025)

2025

Due Diligence Battery Policies and traceability system implementation (August 2025)

2025

Required Minimum recycling efficiency of 65% for Li-based batteries (December 2025)

2026

Carbon footprint declaration for rechargeable industrial batteries except those with external storage (February 2026)

2026

Carbon footprint performance classes requirement for EV batteries (August 2026)

2027

All batteries shall be marked with a QR code (Feb 2027)

2027

Up-to date parameters for SoH and expected lifetime data for LMT, EV and stationary battery energy storage systems will be required as part of the Battery Management System (BMS) (August 2024)

2027

Carbon footprint performance classes requirement for rechargeable industrial batteries except those with external storage (August 2027)

2027

Material recovery minimum levels (Li, Ni, Co, Co) (December 2027)

2028

Carbon footprint declaration for LMT batteries (August 2028)

2028

Carbon Footprint thresholds for EV batteries (February 2028)

2028

Declare share of recycled content (Li, Ni, Co, Pb) for EV, industrial batteries with capacity above 2kWh and without external storage and SLI Batteries (August 2028)

2029

Carbon Footprint thresholds for rechargeable industrial batteries except those with external storage (Feb 2029)

2030

Carbon footprint declaration for rechargeable industrial batteries with external storage (August 2030)

2030

Carbon footprint performance classes requirement for LMT (February 2027)

2030

Minimum recycling efficiency of 70% of li-based batteries (Dec 2030)

2031

Carbon Footprint thresholds for LMT batteries (August 2031)

2031

Minimum % of recycled content (Co: 16%; Pb: 85%; Li: 6%; Ni: 6%) (August 2031)

2032

Carbon footprint performance classes requirement for rechargeable industrial batteries with external storage (February 2032)

2033

Carbon Footprint thresholds for rechargeable industrial batteries with external storage  (Aug 2033)

2033

Declare share of recycled content (Li, Ni, Co, Pb) for LMT batteries (August 2033)

2036

Minimum % of recycled content (Co: 26%; Pb: 85%; Li: 12%; Ni: 15%) (August 2036)

Fully-compatible with standards such as:

Catena-X is a collaborative initiative in the automotive sector, focusing on creating a digital data exchange standard. It enables seamless communication and data sharing across the automotive supply chain, fostering efficiency and transparency.

GBA (Global Battery Alliance) addresses sustainability and ethical challenges in battery production. It promotes responsible sourcing of materials, clean energy integration, and environmentally conscious recycling.

EBA (European Battery Alliance) initiated by the EU, aims to build a competitive and sustainable battery industry in Europe. It focuses on secure supply chains, reducing the environmental impact of batteries, and advancing battery technology.
Consultancy Services

Get an expert’s advice and comply with EU Battery Regulation.

Get guidance specific to your company and start preparing.

Backed by the best

We partner with industry-leading companies from the EV market and beyond.
Minespider is a member of the European Battery Alliance (EBA) and is a part of the EU Commission’s €13M project BATRAW, which aims to find new technological ways to recycle critical minerals from EV batteries.
The world is moving towards a more sustainable future, and Minespider's Open Battery Passport is leading this change, providing the essential data and tools needed for a truly connected and responsible automotive industry.
Our goal is to revolutionize the industry by offering this groundbreaking tool for free, forever, ensuring that all stakeholders have access to the information and insights needed to transform the automotive landscape and comply with upcoming battery regulations.
— Nathan Williams
Minespider Founder & CEO

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Early access to the Open Battery Passport is currently offered to 100 companies.

Resources

Dig Deeper
Discover insightful resources to support your Open Battery Passport adoption and contribute to a sustainable EV battery future.
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Battery Supply Chain eBook
Insights into the EV market, regulations, trends & challenges.
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EU Battery Regulation
How to start preparing for upcoming battery regulation.
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Roadmap

Disruption Roadmap
2021
Nov
2023
July-Dec
2023
May
2024
Q1
2024
Q3
Version 1
Launched Battery Passport V1
First Users
17 companies onboarded to the software
Beta V2
Up to 100 early access users onboarded
Final V2
Expected full launch of the Open Battery Passport
Open Source
Expected open sourcing of the Open Battery Passport

Comparison

Open Battery Passport vs other Battery Passports
Experience the unparalleled benefits of Open Battery Passports, offering seamless integration and unlimited battery passports without hidden costs.
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Compliance with regulations (ie. EU Battery, IRA)
Unlimited Battery passports
Unlimited API calls
Unlimited team and user accounts
Gap Analysis consultancy
User onboarding
Open Battery Passports (Free)
One Initial Workshop
Other Battery Passports (Paid)
Additional Services: Discover carbon management, regulation readiness, value assessment, and supply chain mapping services.
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Frequent Questions
For more questions about the Battery Passports, please contact our team.
What is the Open Battery Passport (OBP)?
How can I add and transfer data with the Open Battery Passport?
What companies are subject to the EU Battery Regulation?
How does the Open Battery Passport support compliance with upcoming EU battery regulation?
Are there standards in place?
If it's free, how do you make money?
What is regulatory support?
How do I onboard my supply chain participants?
How does this compare to the GBA?
Is it secure?
How can I integrate an API?
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