Europe is playing catch up. With no lithium carbonate or hydroxide production and very small battery manufacturing capacity, Europe’s lithium ion battery supply chain presence is limited.
Backed by a new EU alliance, a small band of lithium entrepreneurs, an ex-Tesla team, and two Korean battery producers, Europe is seeking to charter a new course that will turn it into a supply chain superpower for the energy storage revolution.
Here, Simon Moores looks at how Europe is changing as it moves beyond its electric vehicle blueprint.
If you were based in Europe and in the lithium industry at . . .