The Eiffel Tower – symbol for hydrogen columns

The Eiffel Tower in Paris has just been illuminated, emission-free with hydrogen, to highlight the importance of CO2-free energy.

Electric vehicles are noticeably taking over the streets. Electric buses and trucks are also already on the road. Another area that shouldn’t be so in the spotlight is electric vehicles in the construction industry. An important area, as around 38 percent of all carbon dioxide emissions are said to be attributable to the construction industry. Emission-free or low-emission construction vehicles such as excavators can therefore save a lot of CO2. More and more things are happening in the area of ​​avoiding emissions. Trains, ships and even airplanes are also being researched and tested. Because climate goals want to be achieved.

In order for all of this to succeed, battery raw materials are required, such as the cobalt or nickel used in lithium-ion batteries. Cobalt is a special raw material because it mostly comes from the Congo, a politically difficult country. But there are also occurrences in other countries, such as Ontario. This is where the Crawford Nickel-Cobalt Project is located Canada Nickel Company – -. A preliminary economic evaluation confirms the robust economic efficiency of the project.

When it comes to low-emission driving, platinum and palladium are important. The automotive industry needs palladium. And platinum is used in hydrogen technology. Has these two raw materials Sibanye-Stillwater – – in his projects in the USA and in South Africa. The company is also an important producer in the gold sector. In Finland, Sibanye-Stillwater also wants to play a role in the lithium business and has put out his feelers there.

Current company information and press releases from Sibanye-Stillwater (- -) and the Canada Nickel Company (- -).

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