Countries with great contrasts, but also raw materials and the latest technology
A country with great contrasts is for example India.
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On the one hand, India is a highly developed economic and nuclear power, on the other hand, about three quarters of the population of the total of about 1.35 billion Indians live in poverty. Social injustices are the order of the day. Especially in the countryside there is often hunger. Droughts are becoming more frequent and are a consequence of climate change. EnWave - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7D66TMU1kk - is concerned with food and its preservation. Using EnWave's Radiant Energy Vacuum ("REV™") dehydration technology, it serves not only the food industry, but also the pharmaceutical and cannabis sectors in 20 countries. EnWave's latest contract partner is India's M/S Lalsai Dehy Foods ("LD Food"). This means that the technology company is now also on the road in India.
But it is not only the many hungry people in the world who need new technologies; climate change and the reduction of CO2 emissions must also be driven forward. Electromobility, which is enjoying an ever-growing following, is helping here. It is gaining acceptance thanks to ever more advanced battery systems. Technology and raw materials are working together here. One of the battery raw materials is lithium, a raw material that is currently causing a furore. Lithium is not only found in the famous lithium triangle (Chile, Argentina, Bolivia), but also in a country that can also be described as a land of contrasts, Mongolia. Strongly fluctuating temperatures, the Gobi Desert and the Taiga and also lithium are part of Mongolia.
ION Energy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpvLzzNsJ1A -, for example, is based here with its lithium projects. With one of the largest exploration licenses there, the company is ideally positioned to play a role in the booming lithium market in Asia.
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