Battery 'domino effect' could put net zero goals within reach

Stuart Stone
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Battery demand could increase eight-fold by 2030, according to Rocky Mountain Institute report

Battery sales have been doubling every two to three years since the 1990s and are set to increase six to eight-fold by the end of the decade, a new report by the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) and the...

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