CNRC – Canadian raw materials supply chain for worldwide battery market

 Hosted by: National Research Council Canada 
 Date: November 25, 2015 from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
 

The demand for energy storage devices is increasing.  Li-ion batteries are already deployed in vehicle applications and are expected to dominate large scale energy storage for the electrical grid.  Vanadium redox flow batteries are at a critical stage in development and are considered one of the most promising new technologies for grid applications.  These developments raise the question of whether the supply of raw and battery-grade materials or the supply chain for battery manufacturing will be adequate to support the burgeoning sector.

This workshop brings together Canadian mining companies who can play a critical role in supplying materials the worldwide battery market.

VanadiumCorp Inc. The value of North American vanadium productionVanadiumCorp Canadian National Research Council Battery Materials Presentation 

Mr. Adriaan Bakker, President & CEO of VanadiumCorp participated in a workshop and panel discussion with the other top battery material suppliers in Quebec, Canada, Mason Graphite and Nemaska Lithium

Workshop Highlights

  • http://quebecmines.gouv.qc.ca/images/puce-bleue.png) 0px 0.35em no-repeat;”>Short presentation on the perspective of Canadian mines. Industry leaders will introduce their perspective as how their organization will become a world-class supplier to the global battery market for vehicle electrification and grid-scale energy storage.
  • http://quebecmines.gouv.qc.ca/images/puce-bleue.png) 0px 0.35em no-repeat;”>A panel discussion will address questions regarding the needs and challenges for the supply chain.  Issues such as purity, form, and cost will be addressed.  The discussion will identify areas where progress is required and ways outside organization can help the mining industry in the development of their competitive product portfolio.
  • http://quebecmines.gouv.qc.ca/images/puce-bleue.png) 0px 0.35em no-repeat;”>Progress and potential for new and emerging solutions. Moderated panels and Q&A sessions will create opportunities for all participants to engage in discussing the convergence between what Canadian miners for the energy storage supply sector need and technology innovation can deliver.

Invited Speakers and Panelists

Mason Graphite, Vanadium Corp., Nemaska Lithium, National Research Council Canada

Date: November 25, 2015 from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Cost: $25 

The National Research Council Canada is the Government of Canada’s premier research and technology organization (RTO). Working with clients and partners, we provide innovation support, strategic research, scientific and technical services.