Join our experts as they discuss important data and information about what the future looks like for the energy transition.
Copper -- the "metal of electrification" -- is essential to the energy transition. But could a looming mismatch between available copper supply and future copper demand present challenges to the achievement of Net Zero Emissions by 2050 goals?
The new S&P Global study, The Future of Copper: Will the looming supply gap short-circuit the energy transition?, seeks to respond to that concern. The study examines the pivotal role copper will play in the energy transition and the potential obstacles.
It explores the possible mismatch on a global basis between copper supply and future copper demand for electrification and the energy transition—and the increasing uncertainty on whether burgeoning global needs can be satisfied with existing or potential resources.
The study quantifies future demand in a way
that has not been done before—utilizing a detailed bottom-up,
technology-by-technology approach that draws upon in-depth
research, knowledge, and expertise that spans S&P Global's
Commodity Insight, Market Intelligence, and Mobility teams.
Date: Thursday, July 14, 2022
Time: 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Research and Analysis Director, Economics & Country Risk, S&P Global Market Intelligence
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