Nunam tries to solve and tackle two topics: reuse old Lithium-Ion battery that today end up either in landfills, informal channels or in the best case at recycling - although they have approximately 70% capacity left over when it is discarded. This is like scrapping a great car after using it only after 40.000 km. That makes no sense both from an ecological and economic perspective. The second problem we try to solve is to reduce the cost of energy storage and help more people getting access to reliable energy.
Nunam is a Bangalore based startup that aims to use old lithium-ion battery cells from old laptops, powerbanks, or electric mobility devices at scale to turn it into new energy storage.Visit Nunam's website