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Final legal discussions underway for EU-Serbia lithium trade partnership

Commissioner Maroš Šefčovič revealed that the final legal obstacles are being addressed before the EU-Serbia trade partnership, focused on sourcing lithium from the Jadar...

Lithium battery makers in Europe: Localizing production and navigating geopolitical challenges

European lithium battery manufacturers are intensifying efforts to localize production, align with EU regulatory objectives, and safeguard their supply chains from geopolitical turbulence. Marcus...

EU battery passport: Pioneering sustainability in the battery industry

The unveiling of the inaugural Technical Guidance and demonstrator for the EU Battery Passport by an international consortium marks a significant step toward enhancing...

Norway and EU bolster collaboration on sustainable value chains for land-based resources and batteries

Norway and the EU have signed an agreement to bolster cooperation on sustainable value chains, focusing on land-based raw materials and batteries. Minister of Trade...

A comparative assessment of lithium projects, exploring potentials and challenges in Serbia and Portugal

Analyzing Portuguese and Serbian lithium projects highlights the emerging importance of Europe in the global lithium supply chain, essential for electric vehicle batteries and...

Exploring mining projects and ownership in Serbia

Analyzing mining projects in Serbia, particularly focusing on their owners, risks, potentials, and sourcing options for the EU industry, requires understanding the broader context...

The geopolitical race for critical raw materials in the green transition era

Brussels has signaled that securing critical raw materials for the green transition is a top priority. But it faces major challenges in its competition...

European strategy to address the challenges posed by China’s dominance in cleantech industries

“The tsunami of Chinese electric vehicles is coming and Europe is sleepwalking towards the abyss.” Not devoid of drama, this is the prelude in...

Europe, New and ambitious targets for battery production after the EU proposes Critical Raw Materials Act

The European Commission has proposed a comprehensive set of actions to ensure the EU’s access to a secure, diversified, affordable and sustainable supply of...
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