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The International Energy Agency expresses concern about the availability of crucial metals

The International Energy Agency (IEA) is concerned about "tensions" over global supply of critical minerals and metals essential for the energy transition, urging increased...

Europe’s steel sector anticipates hydrogen integration by 2026-2027

Axel Eggert, CEO of the European Steel Association (EUROFER), highlighted Europe's steel industry's need for 5 million tons of hydrogen annually to transition to...

Rio Tinto teams up with Founders Factory to drive innovation in mining technology

Rio Tinto, a leading mining corporation, has unveiled plans to support the advancement and commercialization of groundbreaking mining technologies. Teaming up with Founders Factory, a...

Deciphering the EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism

The introduction of the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) by the European Union aims to catalyze global decarbonization efforts. This regulation, though EU-based, will...

Ensuring Germany’s raw material supply in the era of decarbonization and digitalization

Germany is urged to adopt a comprehensive approach to safeguard its supply of essential raw materials amidst the global transition towards decarbonization and digitalization....

Portugal, Savannah Resources updates on decarbonization at Barroso lithium project

Savannah Resources, a company aiming to build the largest lithium mine in western Europe in Portugal, has announced it has found a way to...

Can Finland and Sweden help decarbonize EU economies?

Demand for key metals is booming. Geopolitical realities and pandemic-related supply chain issues are increasing the pressure on EU countries to proceed with mining...
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