Redwood Materials - Recycle, Refine, & Re-Manufacture
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Stock Spotlight - Redwood Materials
Redwood Materials is pioneering a closed-loop domestic supply chain for lithium-ion batteries. They are doing more than just recycling; they are creating a system in which battery components are manufactured domestically and reused repeatedly.
Redwood’s Billion Dollar Boost
Redwood recently secured over $1 billion in Series D funding in addition to $2B loan commitment from the Department of Energy.
This funding round, supported by major investors like Goldman Sachs and T. Rowe Price, underscores confidence in Redwood's vision.
Metal Recovery — Recover 95% of battery elements
✅ By 2025 — Redwood is set to produce sufficient anode and cathode for one million electric vehicles annually.
✅ By 2030 — Redwood is set to produce sufficient anode and cathode for five million electric vehicles annually.
Redwood Materials Secondary Market & Funding Round Data
- Redwood Material's secondary market activity indicates a composite price mid of about $46, or a $4.8B valuation.
- Redwood Material's implied valuation is about 12.5% less than the valuation they raised at during their Series D.
- The bid/ask ratio for Redwood Materials is currently heavily favoring Asks over the last few quarters, and their volatility is cooling off compared to earlier this year in April/May.