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Congo nearly triples royalty rate on cobalt, key component of EV batteries

Dec 31 2018
http://www.autonews.com/article/20181203/OEM05/181209928/cobalt-congo-royalties




Australians Create Battery From Waste

Dec 28 2018
https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/Australians-Create-Battery-From-Waste.html




Michigan Testing Shows Fairly Innocuous Weather Baffles Self-driving Car Systems

Dec 26 2018
https://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2018/11/michigan-testing-shows-fairly-innocuous-weather-baffles-self-driving-car-systems/




Global Demand for Batteries Multiplies

Dec 25 2018

The chart below and related statistics are a very telling story

Global Demand for Batteries Multiplies

Electric vehicles are forecast to drive world’s demand for energy storage



Global battery prices have fallen 85 percent since 2010, BloombergNEF reports in its annual Lithium-Ion Battery Price Survey, and storage is forecast to grow to 14 times its current level by 2030 as millions of electric vehicles hit the roads. BNEF predicts demand will total 1,851 gigawatt-hours in 2030, up from the current 132. EV batteries are expected to account for 84 percent of that.

A Merry Christmas to All!



Check out the new vehicles debuting at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show

Dec 24 2018
https://www.boston.com/cars/car-news/2018/11/30/new-vehicles-2018-los-angeles-auto-show
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