23 March 2022
Industry group responds to Stellantis and other electric vehicle battery supply chain announcements.
Several Canadian Battery Task Force members have made statements in response to the recent series of electric vehicle battery supply chain developments in Canada. That includes today’s announcement that Stellantis and LG Energy Solutions, together with the federal, Ontario and Windsor governments, will invest over $5 billion in Canada’s first large-scale battery manufacturing plant.
17 December 2021
Letter to Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland – Priority Recommendations for the 2022 Federal Budget
This letter was co-signed by a selection of task force members and does not represent the advice of the task force as a whole.
19 May 2021
Turning Talk into Action: Building Canada’s Battery Supply Chain Turning Talk into Action
Developing Canada’s battery supply chain and manufacturing capacity will anchor our existing auto sector, ensure we capture the jobs and value created in the transition to electric vehicles, and support the growth of new jobs and industries in the clean energy economy. Learn about many of the important and immediate priority actions that Canada must take to advance as a leader in battery materials and technology production
The Task Force is made up of individual experts who work across the battery supply chain in Canada.
Accelerate and Dunsky Energy + Climate
Clean Energy Canada
Auto Parts Manufacturing Association
Battery Metals Association of Canada/Delphi Group
Electric Mobility Canada
Mining Association of Canada
E-One Moli Energy (Canada)
Trillium Advanced Manufacturing
Business Council of Canada