Be Energy regenerates batteries, oils, and motors, doubling their life span and fighting against the programmed obsolescence of certain critical materials with a high CO₂ impact. In addition, their regeneration solutions, when possible, drastically reduce the carbon emissions of end-of-life objects, giving a second life to this hazardous industrial waste. Lead–acid batteries are widely used in many sectors, including the automotive industry, energy storage systems, life support systems, and emergency systems. These batteries have a significant environmental impact due to the presence of lead, which can cause damage to human health and the environment if not handled properly. Developing the ability to regenerate lead-acid batteries would make it possible to extend their life and reduce their environmental impact by avoiding the production of new batteries and by recycling the raw materials contained in used ones. Ultimately, the development of this sector could also create new economic opportunities and new jobs in the fields of regenerating and recycling lead batteries. Europe alone will need to recycle 700,000 tonnes of lead–acid batteries per year. These complex objects represent an assembly of dangerous products, but also a tremendous source of reusable resources — as long as the means exist to make use of them through efficient recycling. Be Energy's approach is to create new jobs in a virtuous circular economy. The 2,286 carbon contribution credits are being issued to enable the deployment of new partnerships to develop large-scale local regeneration. Validation audit and annual verification through a independent third-party auditor accredited by Association Bilan Carbone®.