Lighting the Path to Vehicle Electrification

Join Us for the Second Annual Battery Day

Following the resounding success of our inaugural Battery Day, the Nickel Institute is excited to make this event a staple of our annual calendar. The first conference featured insights from eight distinguished speakers, including Nobel Prize-winning chemist Professor Stanley Whittingham and Dr. Jeff Dahn of the NSERC/Tesla Canada Alliance at Dalhousie University.

The Battery Day brings together stakeholders from various segments of the supply chain: metals and mining, battery and automotive industry, government, academia, and finance. You will hear directly from leading experts in the battery industry who will cover a blend of topics from cutting-edge automotive technology to recycling and EV incentives. Don’t miss your opportunity to get the latest developments from the major global players in the industry!

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2024 Conference Topics

Suggested Topics for Consideration Include:

Advances in battery technology and commercialization

Automotive and aviation battery technology


Supply chain for battery raw materials

Regulatory and sustainability developments

Global EV tax credits and incentives

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Benefits of a Virtual Event

  • Our Virtual registration includes On-Demand access, allowing you to custom select your content
  • Significant savings on travel, hotel, and reduced registration fees
  • Secure a front-row seat for Keynote Presentations and Sponsored Talks
  • Live Q&A sessions allow you to ask targeted questions
  • Even after the event, access Archived Presentations for On-Demand Learning at your convenience
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