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Researchers are developing batteries that can charge faster

Researchers take next step towards better, more sustainable batteries made with widely available materials. TU Delft researchers are developing batteries that can charge faster, offer...

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...

European lithium mines, Reconciliation of mining projects and environmental requirements

Europe’s Green Transition, a plan to make the bloc’s economy climate neutral by 2050, required Serbia’s fertile Jadar Valley, where locals grow raspberries and...

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...

EU outlines new Critical Raw Minerals Act

The European Commission has announced the Critical Raw Minerals Act as the bloc competes in the green energy transition. The European Commission (EC) has outlined...

Czech Republic, European Metals expects surge in gigafactory battery output

European Metals said the latest half-year saw “continued progress” towards the finalisation of a Definitive Feasibility Study for its Cinovec lithium project in the...

Europe, Can mining ever be green?

As France prepares to dig for lithium in its own backyard, part of the EU's broader push to create strategic reserves of key raw...

Finnish company plans to start extracting uranium

Terrafame, a Finnish mining and metal processing company, announced that it has started preparing operations for uranium recovery, which would make it the only...

The raw truth of Europe’s raw materials

As the world’s eyes were fixed on United Nations Climate Change Conference COP27 in Egypt, a more low-key bureaucratic gathering was taking place in...
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