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Bridging the Gap Workshop Videos and Polls

Bridging the Gap: Advancing America’s Battery Manufacturing and Supply Chain is a two-day workshop hosted by Argonne National Laboratory on March 16-17, 2022.

Companies interested in battery manufacturing submitted videos before and after the workshop that summarized their technology, future plans, challenges, and workforce needs. This page includes the videos (and a PowerPoint presentation) grouped by Area of Interest (AOI) in addition to the audience poll results from March 16 and 17.

Area of Interest 1 
(AOI-1): Commercial-scale Domestic Separation of Battery Materials from Extracted Feedstocks for Cathode Production
Area of Interest 2 
(AOI-2): Commercial-scale Domestic Production of Battery Grade Graphite from Synthetic and Natural Feedstocks
Area of Interest 3 
(AOI-3): Other Commercial-scale Domestic Battery Materials Extraction and Processing
Area of Interest 4
(AOI-4): Demonstration Projects for Domestic Separation and Production of Battery-grade Materials from Unconventional Domestic Sources
Area of Interest 5
(AOI-5): Demonstration Projects for Domestic Battery Materials Separation & Processing with Improved Yield and Lower Cost, Energy, Water Usage, and Emission
Area of Interest 6
(AOI-6): Commercial-scale Domestic Li-ion Battery Cell Manufacturing
Area of Interest 7
(AOI-7): Commercial-scale Domestic Battery Li-ion Cathode Manufacturing
Area of Interest 8
(AOI-8): Commercial-scale Domestic Li-ion Battery Separator Manufacturing
Area of Interest 9
(AOI-9): Commercial-scale Domestic Next Generation Silicon Anode Active Materials and Electrodes
Area of Interest 10
(AOI-10): Li-based Battery Component Manufacturing

View the related PowerPoint submission for Area of Interest 10. 

Area of Interest 11
(AOI-11): Battery Recycling and Processing Facilities
Area of Interest 12
(AOI-12): Demonstration of Domestic Battery Cell and Component Manufacturing, including Next-Gen Chemistries and Novel Manufacturing Processes