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Renewable Energy Sector
The clean energy sector has seen a dramatic growth within the last few years - and with it has the demand for rare earth elements (REEs) as they are crucial for producing clean energy. Just look around and notice how many wind turbines have been built recently, how many roofs are covered with solar panels and how more and more electric and hybrid cars are driving on the streets. All these technologies heavily depend on rare earth elements.
REEs play an important role in almost every field of green Energy. Neodymium is essential in the production of industrial permanent magnets which are also an important part of the technology used in electric cars. Modern photovoltaic systems rely on Rare Earths and there are even possibilities to improve them even more with the use of REEs. Already there is no way around these resources in the further development of green energy industries.Buy NOW!
Electric Car techonology & Car Industry
With the ban of diesel cars in major cities becoming a reality, the move to battery-powered vehicles is happening now. Huge potential profits wait for those that can tap into this promising market. For example, a key ingredient in batteries are Rare Earth Elements such as cobalt - all experiencing a strong increase of demand.
In fact, every single car produced in recent years relies heavily on REEs in multiple different ways. Aside from the critical need for REEs in modern electric motors like Neodymium, Praseodymium, Dysprosium and Terbium, Neodymium is also used in the headlight’s special glass as well as several smaller EMs throughout the entire vehicle. Lanthan and Cerium are heavily used in the cars' catalyst and battery systems, with Cerium also being included in windshield glass as well as the cars' LCD displays.Buy NOW!
In todays' times almost the entire world carries a little technological wonder in their pocket. Yet, only few people are aware that without Rare Earth Elements most of the basic features like speakers, colored screens or a vibrating alarm wouldn't be possible. An average smartphone contains up to 62 different types of metals - and REE's play a big role in all of its functions. This trend is not limited to smartphones alone. Portable technology will experience even more dramatic growth rates in the coming years, bringing with it lots of miraculous new gadgets for the mass market - and certainly an increased demand for Rare Earth Elements along with it.
Neodymium is often used in headphones or microphones. Praseodymium is also needed for earpieces. Lanthanum makes the tiny lens in the phones's camera much better. Yttrium and Gadolinium are found in the display. And of course, every phone has amounts of Gold, Silver, Platinum and Palladium inside as well.Buy NOW!
Rare Earth Elements are a key material for robot manufacturers. Smaller robots and even nanobots are quickly becoming a reality in medicine, with the help of powerful small rare earth magnets playing a key factor in its development. Magnetic materials that can change shape are another application in development, based on rare earth materials. A robot can be a lot of things these days, thanks to advances in material science and REE's.
Rare Earth Elements have unique properties: they have become the driving force for industrial as well as household robots as they allow for faster, smaller and stronger materials. REEs turn Science Fiction into everyday facts.Buy NOW!
Many key industries depend heavily on the availability of Rare Earth Elements. There are many examples: portable x-ray machines, cancer treatment applications, medical and dental lasers, computer memory and high temperature superconductors, just to name a few. REE's are also used for resolution technologies and lasers, an essential part of modern aerospace and defense systems. No matter if you visit the doctors' office for an MRI diagnosis or if you look at powerful new images of earth from space, REE technology is always involved.
We live in the digital age, and we are surrounded by high technology. Rare Earth Elements play an increasing role in the growth of our economies and since prices are driven by demand, the future for REEs as a commodity looks very bright.Buy NOW!