Climate protection needs raw materials
The latest heat wave, the third this year, has once again made it clear that something must be done. Cities like Munich, for example, are heating up like a tiled stove, caused by global warming and the few green spaces in contrast to the country. The city and its surroundings often have a temperature difference of up to ten degrees. Natural air conditioning (more green) and fresh air corridors are under discussion.
Climate change and climate protection are also issues of vehicle propulsion. Electricity and hydrogen are under discussion. For shorter ranges, electric cars with rechargeable batteries have an advantage, while for longer ranges, electrically powered fuel cell vehicles have a climatic advantage. This is based on the assumption that production, operation and scrapping take place. Lithium is used for the production of storage batteries.
One company which owns lithium is Millennial Lithium - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298888 - on its more than 8,600 hectare Pastos Grandes Lithium project in Argentina. This will be able to deliver best battery quality. Approval, financing and construction will take place shortly.
Vehicles with fuel cells, where electricity is generated with the help of the cell, require a catalyst and thus platinum. Probably a combination of electric cars and vehicles with fuel cells is best for the climate.
Platinum, palladium and gold are the business of Sibanye-Stillwater - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=299167. The company produces platinum and palladium in North America and South Africa. Gold is produced in South Africa.
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