CSA Global Principal Consultant, Tony Donaghy will present on “Vanadium; putting renewable energy to work when you need it” at the Technology and Low Emission Minerals Conference between 13 & 14 November 2018, Perth, Western Australia.
With all the talk about renewable energy and emission targets to bring forth a new wave of clean energy options, it is the time when the resources industry steps up to supply the minerals needed to build the batteries and other components in the renewable industry.
The Technology and Low Emission Minerals Conference features many of the upcoming and also developed resources companies dealing in the Lithium, Graphite, Vanadium Cobalt, Manganese,Magnesium, Rare Earths and other minerals associated with clean energy.
CSA Global will highlight vanadium markets and the future demands and supplies; and investigate future vanadium potential.
ABSTRACT: Vanadium; putting renewable energy to work when you need it
The global energy transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources has required the development of large-scale energy storage capacity. This is to ensure that the renewable energy generated is available during times of peak domestic and industrial energy demand. Vanadium is one of the metals poised to feed into that growing large-scale energy storage market. We will look at traditional markets for vanadium, current vanadium demand and supply, and investigate potential future vanadium demand and where future supply will most likely be met, as well as any disruptive technology that will impact that supply.
ABOUT OUR PRESENTER
Tony is an internationally recognised expert in the global search for nickel and platinum group elements, with almost 20 years’ experience covering all continents and all aspects of the industry – from leading continental-scale grassroots targeting exercises, through greenfields and brownfields exploration project design and execution, mining, property evaluation and due diligence, to board level strategy development and guidance.
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