Global Supply Chain for Battery Raw Materials
( 电池原材料全球供应链 )
Balancing Supply, Demand & Costs for Battery Materials
Understanding the complexities of the global supply chain for battery component materials from the mine to the market is critical to the successful commercialization of EV applications. An examination of the drivers of end user demand with a focus on major new projects in the pipeline and how that demand will evolve over the near and long term will be presented. This conference will cover the global markets from multiple angles including advances in mining and processing with an emphasis on sourcing and cost control strategies by manufacturers with an outlook on the forecasted consumption trends for China, Japan, Korea, Europe and the United States. Don’t miss your opportunity to network with the major players within the global battery supply chain.
GLOBAL MARKET DEMAND FOR BATTERY RAW MATERIALS
Impact of the xEV Market Growth on Lithium-Ion Batteries and Raw Materials Supply 2019-2030
Christophe Pillot, PhD, Director, Avicenne Energy
LiB Material Trend Based on Growing xEV Market
Sachiya Inagaki, General Manager, Industrial Technology Unit, Yano Research Institute, Ltd.
Financing in Strategic Raw Material Supply Chains: The Missing Link
Chris Barry, President, House Mountain Partners
BATTERY RAW MATERIALS SUPPLY
Securing Supply Chain Foundations for the EV Revolution?
Andrew Miller, Head of Price Assessments, Benchmark Mineral Intelligence
Why Do We Care about Lithium?
Emilio E. Bunel, PhD, Professor, School of Chemistry and Engineering, Catholic University of Chile
Sustainable Manufacturing of Anode Materials in a Competitive Global Market
Bridget Deveney, Senior Manager of R&D, Elkem
INNOVATIONS IN RECYCLING BATTERY MATERIALS
Treatment Strategies for Cost Efficiency in Original Manufacturing
Steven Sloop, PhD, President, Onto Technologies
End-of-Life Vehicle Recycling: State of the Art Resource Recovery from Shredder Residue
Jeffrey Spangenberger, Materials Recycling Group Leader, Argonne National Laboratory
Sorting Spent Lithium-Ion Cathode Materials for Direct Battery Recycling
Chunmei Ban, Associate Professor, University of Colorado Boulder