The move towards electric vehicles and green energy, together with significant improvements in battery technology, will drive demand for Lithium-Ion batteries by a factor of ten in the next decade.
This growth will significantly increase demand for cathode and anode materials and their precursors, refined and raw materials, resulting in new supply chain risks.
In the first of a free two-part webinar series, Roland Berger’s Dr Wolfgang Bernhart and Dennis Gallus discuss existing and future challenges and risks in the Lithium-Ion battery ecosystem.
Key topics and takeaways:
- Understand drivers for Lithium-Ion electric vehicle battery and materials demand
- Gain insight into future technology roadmaps
- Discover cost reduction solutions leveraging new chemistries and processes
- Learn about the different emerging supply chain risks, including price and supply challenges stemming from the demand-supply imbalance for Lithium/Lithium Salts and Nickel/Nickel Sulfates, as well as political and ESG risks