Australia should not take for granted its position as the world’s biggest producer of lithium ©123RF
Australia should not take for granted its position as the world’s biggest producer of lithium ©123RF

Western Australia told to temper battery production ambitions

5 November 2018

Western Australia (WA) should not take for granted its position as a competitive producer of minerals critical for lithium-ion batteries.

report by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of WA (CCIWA) said the region had reasons to be positive about the growing demand for minerals fueled by increasing production of electric vehicles, including lithium, nickel and cobalt.

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