5 minutes with Aceleron's Carlton Cummins

The greentech entrepreneur has grown his university project to revolutionise the way the world disposes of batteries.

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There are some business ideas that are easy to get your head around, but there are others that feel like you need a masters degree in sustainability and design just to understand what they do.

Aceleron is the definitely the latter, but don't let that put you off.

The greentech startup - co-founded by Carlton Cummins (left) and Amrit Chandan - began life as part of a university project and now works with clients across the UK and Central America to transform end-of-life lithium-ion batteries into safe, cost-effective energy storage applications (that’s battery packs for wheelchairs or energy storage batteries for homes for the less scientific sorts).

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