By Paul Homewood 

There are major concerns about supplies of cobalt and lithium in our new electric car world. But another problem could arise with copper:

https://seekingalpha.com/amp/news/3677201-copper-demand-from-auto-industry-expected-to-double-as-evs-ramp-up

Projections by the Committee on Climate Change consistently assume that EVs come down in price below conventional vehicles, as economies of scale bite.

However there has been no sign of this so far, hence the need for obscene taxpayer subsidies. Given potential shortages of minerals, price cuts look further away than ever.

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April 14, 2021 at 04:21AM