Nickel, copper and zinc are indispensable
Various raw materials are needed for the development of green energies. These include nickel, copper and also zinc.
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The green transformation is absolutely necessary and not just a nice idea. In lower-emission mobility, non-ferrous metals such as nickel, copper and zinc play an important role alongside aluminum, lead and other materials. They solve problems for climate protection because CO2 is saved. They also produce long-lasting products that can be recycled. Incidentally, recycling metals consumes up to 95 percent less energy than initial production. Non-ferrous metals are responsible for the functioning of electric motors, batteries and fuel cells. Electric motors have a particularly high copper content. Nickel, for example, is found in stainless steels and in the exhaust gas catalytic converter.
Zinc may seem to be overshadowed by other metals that are magnetic, conductive, or colorful and hard, but it is nevertheless the fourth most produced metal in the world. Nearly 13 million tons of zinc are produced annually across the globe. About half of the zinc is used in galvanizing, mostly of steel. The demand is about 14 million tons of zinc per year. Galvanized products can serve for many decades, often without maintenance or care. Cast zinc products often contain alloys with copper. Copper must be used not only in electric vehicles, but also in wind turbines; it is a metal of the future whose demand should increase. In the longer term, it should be worthwhile to bet on companies that have these important metals in the ground.
Take Kutcho Copper - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rm7Z4Xa4UCw -, for example. Its high-grade Kutcho copper-zinc project in British Columbia already has a feasibility study and is in the permitting process.
Canada Nickel Company - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJLxgA7xZqQ - is in possession of nickel and cobalt (important for lithium-ion batteries) at its Crawford project in Ontario, Canada.
Current corporate information and press releases from Kutcho Copper (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/kutcho-copper-corp/) and Canada Nickel Company (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/canada-nickel-company-inc/).
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