GEM has achieved multiple advancements in recycling low-grade, refractory cobalt and nickel metal waste with high-efficiency, green, and full-process recycling technologies. GEM has also developed high-performance ternary material precursor preparation technologies, including ultra-high nickel, cobalt-free, quaternary, monocrystalline, and core-shell, and built the world's most comprehensive system for manufacturing lithium-ion battery raw materials and supplies, with an annual production capacity of 230,000 tons, thus establishing a presence in the core supply chains of the world's leading power battery companies. GEM produced over 280,000 tons of ternary precursors between 2016 and 2021. Averaging 100 kg ternary precursors per vehicle, GEM has assembled nearly 2.8 million new energy vehicles with ternary batteries, accounting for 15% of the global total of new energy vehicles with ternary batteries during the same period, placing it comfortably in second place in the world. GEM has successfully established cooperative relations with more than 500 automakers and battery factories worldwide, including Samsung, Ronbay, EVE Energy, JEVE, Farasis Energy, Toyota, Volkswagen, BAIC, etc., creating a national hierarchical recycling network system with an annual processing capacity of 250,000 power battery packs and establishing a whole life-cycle green model for the "from green to green" new energy vehicle industry chain.