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The fast-growing EV sector, along with rising demand for renewable energy sources, could be the spark that ignites an extended base metal boom.
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Renewable energy is set to fuel a new era of copper demand - here's how much copper is used in green applications from EVs to photovoltaics.
Used in everything from autos to appliances, copper is widely watched as an economic bellwether - and this same relationship makes it a good inflation hedge.
China uses more steel, cement, copper, nickel, and coal than the rest of the world combined. This chart shows China's incredible demand for commodities.
Using vanadium's 4 different oxidation states, vanadium redox flow batteries (VRFBs) could be a crucial step forward for energy storage in the green revolution.
How Chile became a copper powerhouse, and how this helped to propel its economy to become the richest and freest in Latin America.
Though we now know tungsten as the strongest naturally-occurring metal, it wasn't discovered until late in the 18th century. Here's the history of tungsten.