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There's something going on with the environment.

Wind power plants are being built, climate change is being researched and raw materials are helping to

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The world's largest wind turbine is being built on the coast of Yorkshire in the North Sea. The "Dogger Bank" project is intended to supply 4.5 million British households with electricity. This is about five percent of British households. While offshore wind turbines were up to 190 meters high in the past, the new system is around 260 meters high. The first electricity is to be generated in 2023.

Clean electricity for a clean climate. Electricity storage systems are important for wind turbines. They need raw materials such as lithium. Millennial Lithium - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSzruj6HQPY=8s - has this coveted raw material in its Pastos Grandes lithium mine in Argentina. The project scores with the best battery quality and a long service life. A pilot plant will be built, as will active pilot ponds. The company has just received a certificate from the Argentine government, which ensures tax and other conditions. This government support is a milestone on the road to production.

Research into climate change is also being conducted with great zeal. To find out what the air was like 1.5 million years ago, researchers from China, Australia and Europe are working in Antarctica. In order to understand climate change, prehistoric ice will be studied at a record depth of up to three kilometres. Unfortunately, results are not expected until 2025. Because the work is limited to the summer months.

Increasing electromobility is also beneficial to the environment. Even if this is progressing only slowly in Germany, the time is already ripe in other countries. This is not primarily about the fight between Elon Musk, the Tesla boss and the Stuttgart sports car manufacturer Porsche. Mass suitability is the keyword and this is approaching, the variety of models is increasing.

Lithium-ion batteries need these electric vehicles and thus also raw materials such as cobalt. First Cobalt -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsxhKJJY1sk=2s - has this raw material in the ground on its Iron Creek cobalt project in Idaho. And the cobalt refinery of First Cobalt is the icing on the cake. This is because from 2021 it will be producing cobalt from the material of third parties.

Current corporate information and press releases from Millennial Lithium (www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/millennial-lithium-corp/) and First Cobalt (www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/first-cobalt-corp/).

 

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