Mark J. Willey
Battery Materials and Systems
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
University of Washington, Seattle
Date: May 3, 2022
Time: 1000–1100h PT
Price: There is no cost to register for this event, but registration is required.
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Electric vehicle (EV) demand has grown quickly in the U.S. The supply chain to support the production of these vehicles is ramping up in response. The presentation reviews the current state of the market, the main U.S. manufacturers of cells and materials in the EV and Non-EV space, and their customers. The presentation then reviews the challenges for U.S. suppliers to support the fast growth of the EV market.
Benefits of attending the webinar
- The current landscape of U.S. companies supplying materials and components for cell producers in the U.S.;
- Hear feedback from over 100 interviews with U.S. lithium battery companies (from mines to car manufacturers);
- Understand what is needed for the U.S. battery materials, equipment, and software supply chain to ramp production in the U.S.
Mark J. Willey
Mark J. Willey recently joined Pacific Northwest National Laboratories (PNNL) following a seventeen-year career in private industry in the fields of process control, semiconductor capital equipment and, most recently, semiconductor and battery materials manufacturing. As Vice President at Moses Lake Industries (MLI), he founded and led MLI’s battery materials business unit developing novel materials for non-EV U.S. lithium battery cell producers. Dr. Willey holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Columbia University where he focused on electrochemical deposition and modeling. He is also a graduate of Harvard University’s Program for Leadership Development.
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