Although batteries still account for a relatively small portion of nickel demand, the electrification of cars is growing that source of demand significantly, this according to Mark Jarvis, president and CEO of Giga Metals.
“The steady march of electric vehicles is a fundamental shift in the supply-demand equation, especially for class 1 nickel,” Jarvis told Kitco News on the sidelines of the Swiss Mining Institute Conference in Geneva.
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