Forbes Business Council Article Summary

As the world works toward achieving net-zero emissions by 2050, transitioning to a low-carbon economy requires massive amounts of critical metals for producing batteries and other clean energy technologies. Not surprisingly, the demand for metals such as nickel, cobalt, copper and manganese has skyrocketed. Author and Impossible Metals CEO Oliver Gunasekara and others in the critical metals industry have seen three potential solutions circulating as ways to resolve the critical metals shortage: reducing demand, substitutions, and additional sources. In this article, he explores the first two potential solutions.

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