Raw materials for green energy
At the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo, electronic timekeeping and a superfast train caused a sensation. Today, the focus is on autonomous cabs and robots. Produced with solar power from water, hydrogen technology will keep the Olympic fire burning. After all, climate protection goals are among the central issues worldwide.
Hydrogen not only makes vehicles run but can also provide electricity and hot water for homes. One raw material that the new technology needs is platinum. Because the necessary catalyst contains platinum.
This forward-looking metal has, for example, Sibanye-Stillwater - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHb5SLrbq8s&t=19s -(www.sibanyestillwater.com) in its major platinum and palladium projects in South Africa and the USA. At the same time the company is one of the major gold producers.
Another technology that is already further in development is electromobility. Driven by state subsidies, the number of electric vehicles that populate the streets is increasing. Of the 274,303 cars registered in October 2020, 23,159 were electric, a market share of 8.4 percent. And that is about five times more than in Germany in October 2019.
The electric cars run on lithium-ion batteries. These batteries need the coveted lithium for high energy density. Millennium Lithium - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbrvxtoHl7c&t=5s - uses it in its projects, which score with the best battery quality. The company's two lithium projects are located in Argentina.
Latest company information and press releases from Sibanye-Stillwater (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/sibanye-stillwater-ltd/) and Millennial Lithium (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/millennial-lithium-corp/).
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