Unlocking Federal Funding for Battery Projects | 2024 Battery Webinar Series

As batteries play a critical role in supporting the shift to a more sustainable economy (including the expansion of renewable energy and electric vehicles), the U.S. government is investing in the battery supply chain. During this webinar, Principal Eric Christensen (Seattle) will examine federal funding that is available under the Inflation Reduction Act and other programs for projects such as the processing of materials used in batteries, commercial-scale battery processing facilities, retrofitting or retooling existing battery processing facilities, and the manufacturing of advanced battery components and battery recycling, as well as research into battery materials and battery recycling.

There is no charge to attend this webinar, but advance registration is required. This series is intended for in-house counsel, EHS professionals, and business leaders at companies, municipalities, and trade associations. To request an invitation, please contact [email protected].

Join us for a webinar series that will delve into the complex and evolving landscape of environmental and supply chain requirements affecting the entire battery lifecycle, from responsible sourcing of raw materials to end-of-life collection and recycling. Batteries have long been essential components in products as diverse as consumer electronics, medical devices, power tools, and industrial equipment. Moreover, as the world transitions towards more sustainable energy production and transportation, batteries have become a critical component in new energy infrastructure and electric vehicles. However, their design, manufacture, distribution, use, and recycling raise a host of legal and environmental issues that require careful consideration.