A Three Part Plan to Develop a Lithium-Ion Battery Industry in North America
James Greenberger is the Executive Director of NAATBatt International, which he co-founded in 2007. NAATBatt International is a trade association with more than 130 corporate and institutional...
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NAATBatt 2021, the twelfth annual meeting of the NAATBatt International trade association, ended on Thursday of this week. The theme of the program was promoting the development of a lithium-ion battery manufacturing industry in North America.
Although program participants were near unanimous in their belief that developing such a domestic industry was of critical importance to the U.S. economy and energy security, the question as to how the U.S. government might do that begs a complicated answer. Based on the presentations and opinions of dozens of experts to who spoke at NAATBatt 2021, I have consolidated their thoughts into a proposed three part plan for lithium-ion battery manufacturing in the United States, which is set out below:
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