Despite a shifting cathode picture in the lithium ion battery supply chain, cobalt remains an important part of the cell today and will continue to do so in the long term.
How does this shifting picture impact the challenges facing the cobalt supply chain? From raw material mining, chemical processing, cell production and end of life recycling to second use.
These concerns will be addressed in Benchmark’s Cobalt Special on Wednesday 19 May, 1.45pm London (2.45 pm CET), in partnership with the Cobalt Institute conference.
The 2021 Cobalt Institute conference runs from 18-19 May and will discuss cobalt’s role in a sustainable future, the state of the market over the last 12 months, with special focus on cobalt’s critical role in the electric vehicle supply chain.
Benchmark’s session will be hosted by Caspar Rawles, Head of Price & Data Assessments, Benchmark, with presentations from Greg Miller, Analyst, Benchmark; Glencore Cobalt and Trent Mell, President, CEO & Director, First Cobalt Corp.