Coronavirus pandemic raises new challenges to the battery metals industry
The global health crisis caused by the spread of COVID-19 is leading the world towards a recession. This new context is likely to have significant implications on the battery metals industry and the entire li-ion supply chain. Not only miners and chemical producers of key raw materials were affected, but also cathode makers, battery makers and final consumers—especially OEMs. Learn more about the impact on electric vehicles adoption, the new trends on the supply-demand balance of lithium, nickel and cobalt, as well as the implications on pricing, in the latest edition of S&P Global Platts Battery Metals Insight.