Cobalt and silver are important raw materials for climate change
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189 countries have joined the Paris Agreement. These are responsible for 94.6 percent of global CO2 emissions. The major goal of achieving zero greenhouse gas emissions by the second half of the century at the latest also calls for broad international participation. The global use of fossil fuels (coal, gas, oil) must therefore be abolished or reduced enormously. This is where electromobility comes into play.
According to a new study, e-mobility is actually more environmentally friendly than conventional cars. Figures from the International Council on Clean Transportation show that a new gasoline car in Europe emits about 250 grams of CO2 per kilometer over its lifetime, including production. For an electric car, including battery production, CO2 emissions are 80 to 90 grams per kilometer. And these CO2 emissions are to be reduced even further in the coming years. Electric cars are therefore 69 percent more efficient than normal combustion engines.
Electromobility is advancing and it is gobbling up raw materials, such as cobalt or copper, cobalt being an indispensable raw material for the batteries. And compared to conventional vehicles, electric vehicles require significantly more copper.
Hannan Metals, for example, is concerned with sustainable resources for a carbon-poor future. The company's projects in Europe and Peru contain copper, silver and gold. The focus is particularly on the promising San Martin copper-silver project in Peru. Canada Nickel Company also has battery metals such as cobalt and nickel in the ground. Flagship project is the Crawford nickel-cobalt sulfide project in Ontario.
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