As the Electric Vehicle (EV) story is really just getting started, battery metals will be a key focus area for Mines and Money Asia’s 2019 programme. China is leading the way – with over 100 Chinese-made electric car models on the market. Government incentives are also pushing consumers towards EVs with some cities enforcing it as the only way to get a licence plate.
With the increasing adoption of EVs across the board, companies are working hard to produce the best battery possible. The changing demand dynamics on cobalt, lithium, iron, nickel, and more are causing ripple effects across the board.
At Mines and Money Asia, we’ll examine different hypotheses on the next few waves of battery composition and debate how investors can best make use of these changing market dynamics.
Key battery metals sessions you won’t want to miss:
- How the region’s car manufacturers are betting big on the electric vehicle boom and battery demand
- How can investors capitalise on the changing investment thesis for the battery metals?