Trucks should get cleaner
Emission-free transport options could make a major contribution to achieving climate targets. According to the International Energy Agency, 92 percent of the transport sector is still dependent on fossil fuels and runs on petrol or diesel engines. More and more operators of long-haul fleets are realizing that platinum-based hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles offer the technology that best meets the requirements.
For battery trucks, the size and weight of the battery would be an obstacle for such heavy vehicles. In a platinum-based fuel cell, electricity is generated by an electrochemical reaction. Platinum as a decisive raw material is, for example, the focus of Sibanye-Stillwater - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=299167.
Platinum and palladium are primarily produced by the company in North America and South Africa. The Lonmin acquisition adds further projects. Sibanye-Stillwater also produces gold on its properties in South Africa.
The digitalization of our daily lives, which is progressing at the same time as electromobilization, also requires raw materials. Gold is becoming more and more important and plays an increasingly central role. Like platinum, gold is found in fuel cells. The precious metal is also used in processors, chips and printed circuit boards. According to the World Gold Council, the use of gold in technology will continue to grow in the coming decades.
Gold companies such as Osisko Gold Royalties - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=299178, a precious metal licensing company, are involved in the gold supply. Over the past five years, more than 135 royalties, streams and precious metal purchases, primarily in North America, have resulted in dividends and share repurchases totaling $139 million.
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