If lithium supply remains tight, we may need a plan B for the e-mobility transition, says Will Adams

Lithium supply is likely to continue to grow at a slower pace than demand growth as the transition to e-mobility unfolds and will require a rethinking of the electrification of mobility strategy, said Fastmarkets' head of battery raw materials research William Adams during the Advanced Automotive Battery Conference (AABC) in Mainz, Germany, on Tuesday June 14.

“We generally think there will not be enough lithium to fulfil the ambitions of the electric vehicle (EV) and energy storage systems (ESS) markets.. so we are looking for some...

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Dalila Ouerghi

June 16, 2022

14:19 GMT

London