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  • [New] In May, the International Energy Agency published a report estimating that around 1,000 GWh of battery manufacturing capacity is needed in 2025, while global annual battery production may be required to reach 1,500 GWh by 2030 for all electric vehicles combined. Mining Technology | Mining News and Views Updated Daily
  • [New] The first battery-electric Nikola Tre models will be delivered to select customers in the US in 2022, with the fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) model to enter production by the end of 2023. Hydrogen View
  • [New] Growing global demand for electric vehicles and batteries provides opportunities for Australia to increase its exports of lithium, nickel, cobalt and other rare earth minerals. Reserve Bank of Australia
  • [New] Li-Cycle's new facility will have an initial capacity of up to 5,000 tons of battery manufacturing scrap and end-of-life batteries per year, bringing its total North American recycling capacity to 25,000 tons per year. Charged EVs
  • [New] Redwood will produce strategic battery materials in the US, supplying battery cell manufacturing partners with anode copper foil and cathode active materials. Electrek
  • [New] Automobile companies, such as Ford, General Motors and BMW, are investing in the development of large, solid-state batteries to power the electric vehicles (EVs) they are designing for 2030. Black Flag
  • [New] With EV production set to start in Alabama in 2022, Li-Cycle's Tuscaloosa recycling facility will ensure that Alabama plays another important role in the lifecycle of the batteries powering electric vehicles. CleanTechnica
  • [New] Breakthrough in battery chemistry in 30 years - the technology to replace graphite anodes - which will usher in a new era of energy storage. Auto Connected Car News
  • [New] Lithium-ion battery demand jumps 17 4,605 GWh by 2030 with energy storage m king up around 6% of the total - Natural graphite demand grows by a factor of s ven by 2030 to roughly 5.9 mt. Virgin Australian Group
  • [New] We will launch an electrical vehicle, bZ4X, in 2022 and the battery cost will be reduced 40% from the battery that applied to C-HR / IZOA/UX EV, the electrical vehicle we launched last year. Global Newsroom
  • [New] Albemarle Corp, the world's top lithium producer, expects a steep jump in 2022 earnings, as global efforts to combat climate change drive a surge in demand for the battery component used in electric vehicles (EV). ETAuto
  • [New] Toyota will continue its development of solid-state batteries, seen by many as the next logical step in battery technology. Autovista24
  • [New] The power storage devices remain the single most expensive part of an EV and could remain expensive despite pack efficiency improvements because batteries rely on globally sourced commodity metals and materials. Forbes
  • [New] Toyota hopes that its investments can help to reduce the cost of batteries by 30% thanks to improvements in materials and cell designs. The Verge
  • [New] Commercial Spoke 4 will Provide an Initial Processing Capacity Increase of up to 5,000 tonnes of Manufacturing Scrap and End-of-life Batteries per year, Bringing Li-Cycle's North American Recycling Capacity to 25,000 tonnes per year. Li-Cycle
  • [New] Solid Power, a battery developer backed by Ford and BMW, is expanding its Colorado-based factory footprint as it prepares pilot production of its solid state batteries early 2022. TechCrunch
  • Zambia can capitalise on opportunities provided by the burgeoning electric vehicle (EV) battery industry by providing the critically important elements of cobalt and copper. Mining Weekly
  • The coming years will see a shortage of metals used in electric car batteries, including lithium, nickel and manganese. Sitra
  • By 2025, Japan's largest car company aims to have 10 battery production lines and eventually progress to have 70 production lines around the world. iTech Post
  • In a bid to take a lead in the key automotive technology, Toyota Motor Corp plans to spend more than $13.5 billion by 2030 to develop batteries and its battery supply system over the next decade. Nairametrics
  • Toyota, the world's largest automaker, plans to spend more than $13.5 billion by 2030 to develop batteries and the underlying supply chain to catch competitors in the growing market for electric cars and trucks. Forbes
  • Hyundai Motor Group on Tuesday announced plans to offer hydrogen fuel cell versions for all of its commercial vehicles by 2028 and cut the price of fuel cell vehicles to the level of electric batteries two years later. Uk Time News
  • Toyota Motor Corp said on Tuesday it expected to spend more than $13.5 billion by 2030 to develop batteries and its battery supply system, in a bid to take a lead in the key automotive technology over the next decade. Capitalists Today

Last updated: 19 September 2021


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