Self-help manuals tell us that what we focus on, we manifest. This is certainly true for rare earth elements enthusiast Chris Berry. Where some see a spiraling global economy and stagnation, Berry sees an emerging world with four billion people hungry for new technologies .
Parallels between graphite and lithium are superficial, insists the analyst with Industrial Minerals. Graphite, unlike lithium, supplies layers of demand, with reliable end-users in the steel industry. Meanwhile, China is making way for market entrants.
The power train technology in the Toyota Prius is the benchmark for the twenty-first century's agenda to find an alternative energy system for passenger carrying vehicles. The battery powered electric motor driven car...
During the current financial market meltdown Warren Buffet, the world's richest man (apparently he now has this title due to having made money during the last two weeks while his competitor for the number one slot, Bill Gates, lost some) bought 10% of a (PRC) Chinese battery maker, BYD Company Ltd H (BYDDF).