Battery raw materials events

Fastmarkets’ BRM events give you a front-row seat to one of the most dynamic and critical markets in today’s economy as we make the strategic transition to a low-carbon economy.

This is a noisy market with no shortage of perspective and opinions. Whether upstream bringing resources to markets, midstream creating the batteries of tomorrow, or downstream delivering green transportation or an advanced grid, our goal is to give you an insights-rich and immersive experience to enable you to best understand a dynamic, critical market as it marches to transform our economies and our way of life.

Upcoming events

June 24-27, 2024 | Las Vegas, USA
You won’t want to miss the global flagship event for the lithium market. Join 1,300+ attendees from across the global supply chain for a week of discussions, debate and deal-making.

September 16-18, 2024 | Amsterdam, Netherlands
Join 500+ key voices from across the global battery supply chain to focus in on Europe. You will delve into the policies and investment driving the region forward, the latest battery technologies, and how global demand is shaping available supply.

September 5-6, 2024 | Bali, Indonesia
Position yourself at the forefront of shaping Indonesia’s energy revolution. Decisions crafted within the borders of Indonesia echo globally, particularly in the realm of critical minerals and battery raw materials, influencing every facet of the supply chain. This summit serves as the nexus connecting Indonesia to the world, uniting senior government officials with international investors, miners, and manufacturers, as they map out the exciting new journey in Indonesia’s energy transition.

Get ready for the next conference with our latest industry insights

The South Korea government has started to build up a national stockpile of lithium reserves through the state-owned Korea Mine Rehabilitation & Mineral Resources Corp (KOMIR), Fastmarkets was told on Tuesday May 21

A host of Chinese battery manufacturers have been increasing their production of electrolytic nickel to reap gains from strong futures prices because the growth in downstream demand for electric vehicles (EVs) is slowing, Fastmarkets heard on Tuesday May 21

During Aemetis’ quarterly earnings presentation, CEO Eric McAfee highlighted the inadequacies of current US tax credits for Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) and emphasized the need to extend Section 40B.

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