A circular economy for battery minerals depends on a robust R&D strategy

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The government must develop a blueprint for how it will expand vital research and development to ensure supply of critical materials for EV batteries, argues Technology Minerals' Robin Brundle

The electric vehicle (EV) revolution is motoring on - but this year European governments appeared to get the jitters. In March, the EU U-turned on its projected ban on sales of all ICE vehicles from 2035,...

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