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Source:New Straits Times OnlineDEAR Minister Yeo Bee Yin, I read your reply to Lynas employees and can’t say I am not dismayed.I write this as one of the voices in support of Lynas as your government, with specific respect to your ministry, seems unwilling to budge on any issue with regards to heavy metal processing and radiation-related activities.Minister, I refer you to the often repeated clarifications Lynas has done on the topic of waste management.In it, the company has clearly stated their commitment to undertake recycling of their wastes to take advantage of the rich concentrations of ...
Release time: 2018 - 12 - 19
Source:The high-density minerals in the Georgia kaolin mines are potential sources of rare-earth elements, including the heavy rare-earth elements that are in high demand for many important uses and are mostly imported to the United States from China, according to a study led by Georgia State University and Thiele Kaolin Co. Kaolin is a type of clay.Rare-earth elements are used to make critical products, including rechargeable battery electrodes and permanent magnets.There are 17 rare-earth elements, which include the 15 elements of the lanthanide series (atomic numbers 57 to 71 on the periodi...
Release time: 2018 - 12 - 18
Source:As demand for rare-earth elements pushes up prices, Windpower Monthly looks at how the wind industry is applying the lessons learned from the last price hike in 2011.A sudden spike in the price of rare earths in 2011 rang alarm bells in the wind industry, particularly among turbine manufacturers using permanent-magnet generators.Prices soon fell back to almost pre-crisis levels, but increasing global demand is now starting to push them up again with significant implications for the wind energy industry.The backgroundRare earth elements (REEs) are minerals found in relative abundance acr...
Release time: 2018 - 12 - 18
Source:Rare earth metals are used in solar panels and wind turbines—as well as electric cars and consumer electronics. We don't recycle them, and there's not enough to meet growing demand.A new scientific study supported by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure warns that the renewable energy industry could be about to face a fundamental obstacle: shortages in the supply of rare metals.To meet greenhouse gas emission reduction targets under the Paris Agreement, renewable energy production has to scale up fast. This means that global production of several rare earth minerals used in sola...
Release time: 2018 - 12 - 14
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