Electric vehicles are slowly but surely conquering the market. Although things are progressing rather slowly in Germany, the market for clean vehicles is extremely dynamic in China, for example. Solar modules are now also used in the construction of cars. In terms of appearance and comfort, these also offer something for the buyer. Like the Sion from Sono Motors, for example. A reasonable price and a trunk with 650 litres of contents are not to be underestimated characteristics of the series solar car, which comes from Munich and can already show 7,953 orders.
Electric vehicles need lithium-ion batteries and thus also the raw material lithium. Infinity Lithium (50 percent) in western Spain owns this lithium on one of Europe's largest lithium deposits, the San Jose Lithium Project. The company will mine lithium resources and build processing facilities for lithium carbonate operations in Europe. Production should start in 2020.
Nuclear power is indispensable to contain air pollution and provide the world's inhabitants with sufficient electricity. Uranium is needed for this. Uranium Energy - https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298604 - owns it on its partly approved, partly advanced projects in Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Arizona and Paraguay. Another plus is the Hobson processing plant in Texas. The net proceeds of a $20 million public offering will be used to fund investments in the projects.
Current company information and press releases from Uranium Energy (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/uranium-energy-corp.html).
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