One very important clarification from the CleanTechnica article is that BMI’s 1 TWh figure for 2022/2023 is not a forecast, but the current production pipeline. Their forecast would be at least 20% higher because more production not currently in the pipeline will come online by then. You guys are the experts but that seems to move peak oil even closer. As BMI explained: “[As of May 2019] We have battery capacity surpassing 1TWh by 2022/2023. In 2025 we have this at 1.35TWh… This isn’t a forecast however. This is an assessment of what is in the announced pipeline. More is coming, especially in North America, so our forecast for capacity would be 20% higher at least.” (Simon Moores, Benchmark) This tilts Benchmark’s current 2025 expectations towards 1.62 TWh and potentially higher (and still with room to grow between now and 2025). Although, details of announced plans on the US side will take time to materialise and get counted in Benchmark’s official figures.