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Recent developments in the U.S. EV market and battery supply chains

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Retired Attorney, federal government

Retired Senior Attorney, Office of General Counsel, TVA, 2005-2021: Provided legal counsel and acumen to TVA in the drafting, negotiation, and interpretation of various contracts, especially...

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Want a summary/overview of recent developments in the U.S. electric vehicle market and battery supply chain? Check out this podcast by Energy 360's Steve LeVine and by Jane Nakano of the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Key questions asked: are Federal budgets, policies and lawmaking outstripping  real capabilities, and in a time of increased competition and looming conflict with China in multiple sectors, does Chinese industry threaten to throttle US auto businesses' and the energy sector's supply chains and create significant disruptions?   Podcast can be found here:


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Matt Chester on Mar 13, 2023

Such a critical moment in time for EV supply chains, I'm optimistic to see these choppy waters being navigated though some rougher ones may be ahead as penetration rises!

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