Reno, Nev., January 29, 2024 — American Battery Technology Company (ABTC) (NASDAQ: ABAT), an integrated critical battery materials company that is commercializing its technologies for both primary battery minerals manufacturing and secondary minerals lithium-ion battery recycling, will participate in the Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) Summit in San Francisco from Tuesday, January 30, 2024 – Wednesday, January 31, 2024.
ABTC CEO Ryan Melsert to participate on the expert panel titled, “Can Battery Recycling Solve Supply Chain Challenges” with industry leaders and moderated by BNEF’s Energy Storage Associate Andy Leach. The panel will discuss perspectives on the domestic scaling of battery recycling capacity and some of the biggest challenges that lie ahead.
Since 2008, the BNEF Summit has been convening leaders in energy, industry, transport, technology, finance, and government with the goal of generating ideas, delivering insight, and making the connections that help them formulate successful strategies, capitalize on technological change and shape a cleaner, more competitive future.
The ABTC team will be onsite to meet with representatives from industry leaders and partners, and Melsert will be joined at the conference by ABTC director of corporate development and strategy, Tony DiCenso, and ABTC director of investor relations Anthony Young.
For more information about this event, visit: BNEF Summit 2024.
About American Battery Technology Company
American Battery Technology Company (ABTC), headquartered in Reno, Nevada, has pioneered first-of-kind technologies to unlock domestically manufactured and recycled battery metals critically needed to help meet the significant demand from the electric vehicle, stationary storage, and consumer electronics industries. Committed to a circular supply chain for battery metals, ABTC works to continually innovate and master new battery metals technologies that power a global transition to electrification and the future of sustainable energy.
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