The $193 Billion US-China War You Don't Know About
They're fighting for control of lithium – a key ingredient in EVs and clean energy technology. It's arguably the most important commodity of the 21st century. China owns 80% of global supply. But the US plans to grab a massive slice of the lithium market, which is forecasted to quadruple to $193 billion by 2028, according to Fortune Business Insights.
This Is Creating Huge Investment Opportunities
146 Pounds of Graphite Needed for Each EV
Graphite - not lithium - is the largest component of lithium-ion batteries used in electric vehicles. That's why 97 more graphite mines will be needed by 2035 just to keep up with battery demand for the $7 trillion EV market.
See who could benefit from skyrocketing graphite