December 06, 2022

Jack Lifton addresses the problem of scalability of critical minerals in the EV supply chain

In this video, Critical Minerals Institute’s (CMI) Executive Chairman Jack Lifton talks about the upcoming Critical Minerals Summit (CMS 2022) on Wednesday, November 9, 2022, at the historic National Club in Toronto, Canada from 9 AM to 4 PM EST.

Jack says that his opening remarks at the summit will try to address the problem of scalability of critical minerals in the EV supply chain. He adds that the problem is “severe but is the most ignored problem in critical minerals.” With the demand for lithium per person grown by “5000 times between 2007 to 2022”, Jack explains how we are moving towards “a world of the haves and the have-nots” when it comes to having access to non-fossil fuel energy.

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About The Critical Minerals Institute

The Critical Mineral Institute (CMI) is an international organization for companies and professionals focused on battery materials, technology metals, defense metals, ESG technologies and practices, the general EV market, and the use of critical minerals for energy and alternative energy production. Offering an online site that features job opportunities that range from consulting roles to Advisory Board positions, the CMI offers a wide range of B2B service solutions. Also offering online and in-person events, the CMI is designed for education, collaboration, and to provide professional opportunities to meet the critical minerals supply chain challenges.

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