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Category: Mining News

Europe must boost investment to secure raw materials for EV production

Europe's reliance on importing the majority of raw materials for electric vehicle (EV) production is proving increasingly unsustainable, leaving its economy vulnerable. This week,...

Norge Mineraler’s high-purity phosphate discovery in Norway to propel EU’s energy transition

The discovery of a significant igneous phosphate deposit in Norway by the mining company Norge Mineraler positions it as a crucial supplier of raw...

EIT RawMaterials announces €100 million investment to enhance Europe’s raw materials sector at Raw Materials Summit

EIT RawMaterials’ commitment of €100 million to support high-impact raw materials projects in Europe, announced at the Raw Materials Summit, marks a significant investment...

Swedish state-owned mining company discovers Europe’s largest rare earth deposit

LKAB announced on Thursday the identification of over 1 million tonnes of rare earth oxides in the Kiruna region of northern Sweden, marking the...

Ensuring sustainable raw material supply chains: A call for action from EU Trade Union leaders

Claes Mikael Stahl, Deputy General Secretary of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), and Judith Kirton-Darling, General Secretary of IndustriAll Europe, emphasize the critical...

Exploring synergies: Namibia’s mining sector and EU-Africa collaborations

A recent study delving into Namibia's mining sector sheds light on Europe's efforts to foster strategic collaborations with African nations. Funded by the EU,...

Exploring the strategic implications: Graphite and the European Union’s Critical Raw Materials Act

The European Commission's Critical Raw Materials Act (CRMA) has retained battery-grade graphite on its list of strategic raw materials in its final version, reflecting...

Heraeus Remloy’s innovative approach: Recycling magnets for a sustainable future

As demand for magnets, particularly those made from rare earths like neodymium, continues to soar across various industries, the need for sustainable production methods...

Revitalizing mines: Gravitricity’s green energy innovation underground

Gravitricity's approach to repurposing end-of-life mine shafts for underground gravity energy storage sounds promising. By utilizing heavy weights suspended in deep shafts, they offer...
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