Anode grade graphite poses ‘reputational risk’ to buyers, RHO Motion says

By Jon Stibbs
Published: Friday, 01 November 2019

The production of anode-grade graphite involves issues that could create a serious risk to the reputations of buyers and sellers if it is not carefully managed.

The acquisition of processed graphite represents a potential reputational risk for participants in the battery sector, according to Adam Panayi, managing director of battery analyst RHO Motion. 
"There are reputational issues surrounding graphite processing, as well as cobalt," Panayi said at Fastmarkets’ Battery Materials Europe 2019 conference in Amsterdam, September...

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