Copper More Critical than Lithium?
Lithium may have grabbed the headlines as a key material in building electric vehicles (EVs). But so is copper. And copper's importance in the new green economy goes far beyond EVs. Copper is critical in building wind turbines and solar panels. It's key to power lines and upgrading the national grid. Analysts say we're facing a 10-million-ton shortfall if new copper mines are not found.
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Investor Alert: EV Initiatives Create Unsustainable Demand For Lithium
The soaring demand for lithium is driven by worldwide demand for electric vehicles (EVs). Lithium is ideal for electric cars. It's lightweight, stores lots of energy and is rechargeable. Sales of EVs are expected to increase 10-fold by 2030 and estimates are that 1 in 2 cars sold will be electric by 2040.
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