2019 - the breakthrough of electric cars
In the EU, hybrid vehicles in particular are still the most popular alternative drive vehicles, but the number of electric vehicles is rising sharply. In 2017 (EU statistics authority Eurostat), around two million such vehicles were on the road, eight times more than in 2013. Most of them were in Sweden (2.4 percent), Poland (1.9 percent) and Great Britain (1.5 percent). Among the 24 EU countries, Germany lies in the last third with just 0.1 percent.
According to management and strategy consultants McKinsey, around 133 new electric models will be launched in 2019. Tesla should serve as a model, because the Tesla model 3 is quite successful. In addition, 2019 will bring various subsidies for electric cars, in some cases at least until the middle of the year.
The number of charging stations is also increasing and the ranges are becoming longer and longer. By the way, the Tesla was the best-selling car in Switzerland in March. Today it is not easy for diesel drivers, perhaps in a few years it will also be petrol engines that are the subject of criticism.
This development requires raw materials such as vanadium for vanadium redox batteries, which are particularly good energy stores.
Delrey Metals - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=299034 - relies on this raw material with its vanadium projects in British Columbia and a stake in a vanadium project in Newfoundland.
Not only electromobility, but also solar and wind farms benefit from vanadium batteries. Copper is also an important raw material for solar and wind energy. In addition, electric vehicles consume more copper than conventional vehicles. Copper Mountain Mining is popular in the copper industry - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298887. The Copper Mountain Mine in British Columbia, in which Copper Mountain Mining holds a 75 percent stake, will supply approximately 116 million pounds of copper equivalent annually.
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