Rare metals in EVs: driving change to a circular economy

With the decarbonisation of transport comes greater demand for electric vehicles and by extension, rare elements that form their motors and batteries. Up to 80% more copper is used in an electric vehicle compared to a traditional combustion engine to give just one example. Copper, along with lithium, cobalt, aluminium and Rare Earth…

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Local Businesses invited to have their say on West Midlands Low Carbon Energy Action Plan
The Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership (GBSLEP) are in the process of developing the Low Carbon Action Plan for the West Midlands with the view of helping to unlock investment and deliver significant environmental and economic benefits in...
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Turning the Black Country Green
Clean Growth in the West Midlands, By Jess Ralston Home to Ecuity Consulting and 145,000 other businesses[1], the West Midlands is the UK’s largest regional economy outside London, beating Northern rivals Greater Manchester and Leeds. The region adds £92bn to...
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