In this graphic, our sponsor Sprott examines the growth in demand for battery metals, as well as potential supply constraints.
The U.S. Geological Survey estimates that in 2022, China was the world’s leading producer of 30 out of 50 entries on the U.S. critical minerals list.
The U.S. is heavily reliant on imports for many critical minerals. How import-dependent is the U.S. for each one, and on which country?
Is the U.S. positioned to win the battery arms race, or will China remain in control of the world's transition to renewable energy?
The explosion in demand for electric cars means we need more batteries. But where do the raw materials of batteries come from, and do we have...
This Company Snapshot covers Great Lakes Graphite, an industrial minerals company focused on bringing value-added carbon products to a well-defined market.
Tesla's $5 billion Gigafactory turns out to be a part of a larger trend. Battery-making capacity built by lithium-ion megafactories will triple by 2020.