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Siemens Energy to supply 1.8GW of electrolyzers to HIF Global for Texas eFuels facility

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eFuels company HIF Global ( earlier post ) and Siemens Energy reached an agreement under which Siemens Energy will supply electrolyzers to the HIF Matagorda eFuels Facility. We face a time of incredible expansion in hydrogen production amid global supply chain challenges.

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Why New Production Sources of Tungsten Are Critical for Increased Global Supply

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by Lewis Black, CEO of Almonty Industries. and global economies with businesses and manufacturers having to close doors and furlough employees, the global trade markets plummeted to an 11-year low of 41.5% in the April report for the Institute for Supply Management’s Manufacturing Index. Source: Almonty. Should the U.S.

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Benchmark: global battery industry needs to invest $514B to meet demand in 2030; $920B by 2035

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Globally, the battery industry needs to invest at least $514 billion across the whole supply chain to meet expected demand in 2030, and $920 billion by 2035, according to a new analysis by Benchmark. Global investment in technologies to help the energy transition reached a record $1.3 trillion in 2022, IRENA said.

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The Australian lithium industry and the global battery supply chain

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Curtin University’s Professor Jacques Eksteen explores the Australian lithium industry and its role in the global battery supply chain. The post The Australian lithium industry and the global battery supply chain appeared first on Innovation News Network.

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S&P Global: looming shortfalls in copper supply will short-circuit net-zero goals absent significant new supply

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The challenge of meeting Net-Zero Emissions by 2050 “will be short-circuited and remain out of reach” unless significant new copper supply comes online in a timely way, according to a new study by S&P Global that examines the growing mismatch between available copper supply and future demand resulting from the energy transition.

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S&P Global: increasing trade of low-carbon biofuel feedstocks heightens supply constraint concerns

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Animal fats and used cooking oil are increasingly joining the likes of lithium, cobalt and copper as energy transitional materials where supply constraints are of growing concern, according to a new analysis of trade flows by S&P Global Commodity Insights Agribusiness Consulting group. The chase is on, and it is here to stay.

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SEMI forecasts global chip industry to invest >$500B in new factories by 2024; automotive and HPC

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The worldwide semiconductor industry is projected to invest more than $500 billion in 84 volume chipmaking facilities starting construction from 2021 to 2023, with segments including automotive and high-performance computing (HPC) fueling the spending increases, SEMI announced in its latest quarterly World Fab Forecast report.