Battery metals

Common battery metals include copper, cobalt, vanadium, lithium, nickel, lead, and graphite. Battery metals are used in the manufacture of batteries for energy storage and to manufacture batteries used to power electric vehicles (EVs) and electric cars. Battery metals also incorporates energy storage technology, battery storage, renewable energy storage, electricity smoothing, vanadium redox flow batteries, lithium-ion batteries, fuel cells, arbitrage and hybrid vehicles.

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MRA Exclusive at Mining Indaba: Partnerships and collaboration

Tom Butler speaks about how partnerships – the Global Tailings Review and Innovation for Cleaner Safer Vehicles – are driving change.
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MRA EXCLUSIVE at Mining Indaba: Will banks still back juniors?

Juniors face a tough task convincing banks for funding. Shirley Webber explains what makes a project attractive to banks when it comes to securing funding.
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MRA EXCLUSIVE at Mining Indaba: Vanadium – the less-understood battery metal

Fortune Mojapelotalks about the relevance of vanadium to the energy storage and battery metals market, and the value South Africa has to contribute.
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MRA EXCLUSIVE at Mining Indaba: Mining in Francophone Africa

Richard Mugni speaks about regulatory and political hurdles in Francophone West Africa as well as the challenges experienced in Africa's cobalt-hub - the DRC.
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MRA EXCLUSIVE at Mining Indaba: Creating a sustainable battery metals value...

Benedikt Sobotka: CEO: Eurasian Resource Group explains how the Global Battery Alliance is ensuring a cleaner and sustainable battery metals value chain.
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Winner: Excellence in battery metals – Bushveld Minerals

The Bushveld Energy business model is anchored in Bushveld Minerals’ low-cost production platform and smart partnerships along the VRFB value chain.
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DRA Global drives total project solutions

In April 2019, DRA Global and SENET merged their strengths within the EMEA region to create an engineering and project delivery powerhouse.
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The transition to a low carbon economy cannot happen without mining

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United Kingdom commits to Responsible Mineral Development

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