Webinar summary: Batteries vs. Oil: What will fuel the future? Thursday 5 November 2020
Webinar summary: Batteries
vs. Oil: What will fuel the future?
Thursday 5 November 2020
Over the past decade a surge in lithium-ion battery production has led to an 85% decline in prices, making electric vehicles and energy storage commercially viable for the first time in history.
Batteries hold the key to transitioning away from fossil fuel dependence and are set to play a greater role in the coming decade. Over the next ten years the energy storage market in the United States could grow to as much as $426 billion, and there are many ways to buy into the surge, including chemical companies, battery cell makers, car companies, solar companies and utility companies.
We are grateful to the following speakers who initiated the discussions:
- Andrew Leyland, Head of Strategic Advisory, Benchmark Mineral Intelligence
- Ahmed Mehdi, Research Associate, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
- Xin Ma, Managing Director, Asia Platform, Total Carbon Neutrality Ventures
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