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Join CRU as we discuss which battery chemistries will be used in the next generation of electric vehicles. 

Battery Metals Market Outlook, Part II
Battery chemistries in the next generation of electric vehicles

Date: Thursday 19 July 2018

Time: 9.00 BST and 15.00 BST

Electric vehicles are set to have a significant transformative impact on the automotive industry – but their impact on commodity markets will depend largely upon what technologies are adopted. Join CRU as we discuss the short and medium-term trajectory of the EV battery sector, as well as comment on the possible disruptive technologies of the future.


  •  The major benefits and drawbacks of existing battery chemistries
  • What effect Chinese policy and legislation will have on battery design
  • Why nickel and cobalt-containing battery chemistries are here to stay… for now
  • What disruptive battery chemistries are on the horizon?

Following the presentation, we will address questions submitted by the audience. The webinar is free to attend and will be offered in two sessions. The approximate length of the webinar is 30 minutes. 

Please register below for the session you wish to attend. 



Session II - 15.00 BST (10.00 US EST)



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