Renewable energies in the shipping sector
The criticism of the large cruise ships is not new, and with the booming market, the voices pointing to environmental pollution are also increasing. Although there is now also a ship that runs on liquefied natural gas, a changeover takes a long time. Heavy fuel oil is the dirtiest of all fuels for passengers. A stay on one of the gigantic ships in unfavourable winds is often comparable to a stay in one of the cities famous for their air pollution.
Unfortunately, carbon dioxide is also produced during the combustion of liquefied natural gas. Climate protection targets can therefore not be achieved in this way. Renewable energies can help, at least they are already being used on ferries. Hybrid ferries like the "Berlin" or the "Copenhagen" are already in service. For the Hurtigruten, the first cruise ship to set sail this year will use batteries and relatively clean marine gas oil.
Batteries are therefore needed to supply raw materials such as lithium or vanadium. Commodity companies such as Delrey Metals or Infinity Lithium possess the valuable metals in the soil.
Infinity Lithium - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298931 - is developing its 75 percent owned San Jose Lithium project, an open pit mining project in Spain. The ore is processed and refined on site to produce high-quality lithium hydroxide of battery quality.
Delrey Metals - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=299146 - focuses on raw materials from the energy sector. Especially vanadium, which is used in storage batteries, the vanadium redox batteries, is the focus of Delrey Metals. The portfolio includes four vanadium projects in British Columbia and an 80% interest in one vanadium project in Newfoundland.
Current company information and press releases from Delrey Metals (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/delrey-metals-corp/)
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