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Battery strategy to harness Australian strengths

THE Australia government has started consultations for the country’s first National Battery Strategy, which is aimed at helping Australia transition to a decarbonised economy, hit ambitious emissions targets, foster Australian innovation and support Australian industry.

Global demand for existing and next-generation batteries is forecast to increase nine to 10-fold.

Global demand for existing and next-generation batteries is forecast to increase nine to 10-fold.

Industry minister Ed Husic said domestic battery industries would be buoyed by Australian know-how and domestic access to minerals to help power the move to clean energy here and abroad. He was visiting...

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