Future Battery Industry taskforce named

Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Johnston today revealed the members of the Future Battery Industry Strategy's Ministerial taskforce.


The taskforce, which includes mining companies, industry bodies and union groups, will actively explore local and global opportunities to grow the State's critical minerals industry.


Ministerial Taskforce members include:

» Albemarle Lithium Pty Ltd » EcoGraf Limited

» Association of Mining and Exploration Companies » Lisle Group

» Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union » Lycopodium

» Australian Services Union » Lynas Corporation

» Australian Vanadium Limited » Magellan Power

» BHP Nickel West » Northern Minerals

» Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA » Pilbara Minerals

» Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA » Primero

» Coogee Chemicals » Tianqi Lithium Australia


The taskforce will support the Future Battery Industry Strategy aims to grow Western Australia's future battery industry, and transform it into a large source of economic development, diversification, jobs and skills.


Access the November 2020 Future Battery Industry Strategy Update

Access the full media release of taskforce members


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