Wednesday 6 April 2022
07:00 to 08:15
Pan Pacific Hotel, Perth
The electrification of transport is a crucial step in meeting climate change objectives throughout the world. However, the rapid onset of the electric vehicle era and its unique supply chain dynamics have left stakeholders across the globe scrambling for a foothold.
As trade tensions increase, governments and international carmakers are beginning to realise that limitations in raw material supply looms as the greatest threat to the EV rollout and are now searching for ways to diversify supply chains and increase production of key battery materials. At the other end of the supply chain, Australian miners and developers boast massive reserves of key battery materials such as lithium, nickel, graphite, rare earths and others, but are still challenged by access to finance.
This year’s Paydirt Battery Minerals Business Breakfast addresses the complex dynamics of the global battery mineral supply chain. Featuring trade experts from countries involved throughout the global supply chain, the forum will investigate whether Australian miners can find common ground with governments and international corporations to solve the battery supply chain predicament and pave the way to meeting the world’s decarbonisation goals.
Join us for the prelude to Paydirt’s 2022 Battery Minerals Conference and meet key conference participants as they discuss the greatest challenge to EV ambitions.
- Registered Conference Delegates/Sponsors/Exhibitors (In addition to Conference Registration Fee) – $70pp
- Non-Delegates (Business Breakfast Only) – $100pp