Following up to your recent post on Nickel strength, this article highlights the potential for major upcoming demand in the industrial metal and is potential good news for the related Sherritt & Norilsk shares noted in your post.
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“This means the supply of lithium, cobalt, nickel and manganese to produce the cathode for these cells, alongside graphite to produce battery anodes, needs to rapidly evolve for the 21st century," Moores testified.
Moores presented a chart based on the assumption that all of these megafactories are built and run at 100% capacity utilization.
"Under this scenario, lithium demand will increase by over eight times, graphite anode by over seven times, nickel by a massive 19 times, and cobalt demand will rise four-fold, which takes into account the industry trend of reducing cobalt usage in a battery," Moores testified.Click HERE to subscribe to Fuller Treacy Money Back to top