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Battery metals are driving the future


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Understanding the opportunities in battery metals, the companies to watch and a greener future.

If one thing's for certain in the resource sector, it's that 2022 has been the year of battery metals--which include nickel, cobalt and lithium as the raw materials for batteries.

Battery metals have become an integral component in the shift towards renewable energy as electric vehicles (EVs) have become more prominent. EVs are one of the biggest drivers in the demand for materials, although solar panels, wind turbines and charging stations also require battery metals. With reducing greenhouse emissions at the top of everyone's mind, battery metals have no doubt become crucial in paving the way for a greener future.

In this latest Thematica Report, The Market Herald takes a deep dive into what the battery metals market looks like today, challenges in the space, public companies investors should be watching out for, and what the future of the battery metals sector looks like in the coming years.



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