Quarterly Demand Reports

Each quarter, we provide analysis on factors and trends affecting the automotive industry via Quarterly Demand Forecast reports. If you would like to receive exclusive access to these demand reports before their release, please contact us using the form below.

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Q3 2023 Automotive industry demand forecast

Our Q3 2023 Quarterly Automotive Demand Forecast report details opportunities for the UK in the lithium extraction supply chain and the impact investments and announcements are having on the UK automotive sector.

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Q2 2023 Automotive industry demand forecast

Our Q2 2023 Quarterly Automotive Demand Forecast report highlights the exciting emerging trends and opportunities for the UK to lead the way in materials demand, and motor design.

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Q1 2023 Automotive industry demand forecast

Our Q1 2023 Quarterly Automotive Demand Forecast report looks at the impact of the US Inflation Reduction Act and explores how a potential increase in fuel cell electric vehicles will impact platinum demand for the automotive industry.

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Q4 2022 Automotive industry demand forecast

The Q4 2022 automotive industry demand forecast shows supply chain pressures beginning to ease and takes a first look at lithium demand for 2035.

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Q3 2022 Automotive industry demand forecast

Analysis from the latest Advanced Propulsion Centre UK (APC) quarterly demand report.

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Q2 2022 Automotive industry demand forecast

The latest APC Quarterly Demand Forecast highlights that the potential 2030 lithium deficit could be reduced if both the supply and demand sides of the lithium market work together and alternative powertrain solutions receive investment and development.

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Q1 2022 Automotive industry demand forecast

The latest forecast from the Advanced Propulsion Centre predicts 25% of all installed battery capacity in European-manufactured vehicles will be Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP).

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Q4 2021 Automotive industry demand forecast

Advanced Propulsion Centre quarterly demand data shows South Korean companies have moved to fill Johnson Matthey’s ‘gap’ and Brexit is driving the right outcome for anodes and cathodes.

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Automotive industry demand forecast – Q4 2021 update

Advanced Propulsion Centre quarterly demand data shows South Korean companies have moved to fill Johnson Matthey’s ‘gap’ and Brexit is driving the right outcome for anodes and cathodes.

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