Climate change – green energy – hydrogen

Hydrogen technology is an important component in reducing CO2 emissions.

The climate problem will promote the development of energy from hydrogen. In China, for example, only environmentally friendly vehicles will populate the streets from 2035. This also includes electric vehicles with hydrogen as an energy source. If the electricity comes from renewable energies such as wind or water power, then the hydrogen vehicles are climate-friendly.

Hydrogen fuel cells and battery metals are therefore a future-oriented topic. It is not only used in transport solutions, but also in other areas such as heating, cooling, clean steel production and energy storage. Platinum, for example, is required in terms of raw materials. Because hydrogen and oxygen react and a platinum catalyst is used.

Owns large platinum and palladium projects in the US and South Africa, for example Sibanye-Stillwater ( In addition, the company is – – a major gold producer and the largest recycler of spent PGM catalyst metals.

Technologies that are beneficial to the climate, wind or solar energy and electromobility increasingly need another metal, namely copper. According to the International Copper Study Group, copper production declined in the first seven months of 2020. As a result of the pandemic and operational problems, there was a decline in production at various large copper mines. China is still a major consumer of copper.

A company that should have large copper and silver reserves in the ground is Hannan Metals – -. Its San Martin project in Peru includes around 90 mining licenses.

Current company information and press releases from Sibanye-Stillwater (- -) and Hannan Metals (- -).

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