August 16, 2022

Electric Cars Need Lithium. Can Chile Provide It?

by The Journal

Lithium is a key component of batteries in electric vehicles, and a lot of it is underground in South America. WSJ’s Ryan Dube explains why it’s so complicated to get this metal out of Chile and Bolivia, and what that means for the transition to greener energy.

Further Reading:

- The Place With the Most Lithium Is Blowing the Electric-Car Revolution 

- Lithium Prices Soar, Turbocharged By Electric-Vehicle Demand and Scant Supply 

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