Breaking new ground: The EU’s push for raw materials sovereignty

By |november 18th, 2019|News, rare earths, Raw materials|

A new pro-mining investment policy, more free trade deals, and an incoming "geopolitical" European Commission signals the EU will stake more claim on critical raw materials.

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Researcher: ‘The greatest bottlenecks can be expected for lithium and cobalt’

By |november 13th, 2018|cobalt, copper, lithium, Metals, News, rare earths, Renewable Energy|

As excitement builds about the opportunities of the new green economy, concerns are growing as well. The economic transition will require new grid infrastructure, new distribution models and, perhaps most importantly, more raw materials, says Kornelis ...

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Raw power

By |november 12th, 2018|aluminium, circular economy, copper, Metals, mining, News, rare earths, Raw materials, recycling, Steel|

Vanadium, borate, bismuth, gallium – they may sound like planets from a science fiction movie, but in fact they are some of the most critical elements of the European Union’s economy.  

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Metals in the circular economy

By |november 12th, 2018|Metals, News, rare earths, Raw materials|

Metals are essential components in the manufacturing of smart phones, electric car batteries and other green technologies. In this special report, EURACTIV looks at how the EU's circular economy strategy can help secure Europe's supply of critical raw ...

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