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source:MetalMinerAutomaker General Motors and GE Renewable Energy have signed a memorandum of understanding through which they will seek to develop a supply chain for rare earths and other materials needed for electric vehicles and renewable energy.The parties will “evaluate opportunities to improve supplies of heavy and light rare earth materials and magnets, copper and electrical steel used for manufacturing of electric vehicles and renewable energy equipment,” GM said earlier this month.Initially, they will focus on a Europe- and North America-based supply chain for vertically integrated ma...
Release time: 2021 - 10 - 14
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source:FuturityResearchers have demonstrated how a protein isolated from bacteria can provide a more environmentally friendly way to extract these metals and to separate them from other metals and from each other.The method could eventually be scaled up to help develop a domestic supply of rare earth metals from industrial waste and electronics due to be recycled.“In order to meet the increasing demand for rare earth elements for use in emerging clean energy technologies, we need to address several challenges in the supply chain,” says Joseph Cotruvo Jr., assistant professor and professor of c...
Release time: 2021 - 10 - 13
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source:Technology NetworksA new method improves the extraction and separation of rare earth elements—a group of 17 elements critical for technologies such as smart phones and electric car batteries—from unconventional sources. New research led by scientists at Penn State and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) demonstrates how a protein isolated from bacteria can provide a more environmentally friendly way to extract these metals and to separate them from other metals and from each other. The method could eventually be scaled up to help develop a domestic supply of rare earth met...
Release time: 2021 - 10 - 12
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source:ET Auto.comLONDON: Europe is on a mission to wrest back control of its rare earth magnet supply chain from China.Permanent magnets, commonly using a neodymium-iron-boron chemistry, are one of the hidden enablers of modern technology, powering everything from robots to refrigerators to laptop speakers.They also help power electric vehicle (EV) and wind turbine motors, placing them at the heart of the energy transition.However, as the rest of the world has come to realise, these critical minerals are also critically dependent on China, which dominates the global supply chain from rare ear...
Release time: 2021 - 10 - 11
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