Despite Japanese efforts, China's rare earth monopoly will cause ripples

Grid-connected vehicles face a myriad of challenges on their struggle towards mass adoption, including potential shortages and price volatility of necessary raw materials. At the Critical & Rare Metals Summit III last week, speakers delivered both positive and negative news for the grid-connected ve...

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