Roskill says a push towards nickel-rich batteries and S-curve adoption of EVs will cause nickel sulphate demand to quadruple over the next decade
As reported by Mining News: “In its Nickel Sulphate Market Outlook to 2028 report, Roskill estimated nickel sulphate production in 2018 to have risen as much as 21% to nearly 160,000 tonnes, up from less than 50,000t per annum until 2010, or 3% of the total nickel market…”
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