PGM News: 10/10/2018

HYDROGEN: Hydrogen the hot topic as Macquarie invests in a greener Pilbara

Although it seems contradictory, the intersection of green energy and mining is not new. In the last 3-5 years it has become clear that a green energy future relies heavily on metals such as lithium, cobalt and copper which are required to manufacture the lithium-ion batteries so vital to electric cars, energy storage and so on.

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Source: https://finfeed.com/opinion

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INVESTMENT: 2018 China Platinum Investment Forum and China Shipping Platinum Platinum Investment Product Launch Conference held in Taiyuan, Shanxi

On October 10, the 2018 China Platinum Investment Forum and the China-Platinum Platinum Investment Physical Products Conference was held in Taiyuan, Shanxi. The forum was hosted by CNOOC Taiyuan Precious Metals Co., Ltd. • Zhonghai Platinum, World Platinum Investment Council (WPIC), and Industrial and Commercial Bank of China. The theme of “Rare Every gram • Life” focused on the prospects of the platinum investment market. Look for platinum investment opportunities, analyze investment trends, and explore the industrial value of platinum. Representatives from government and industry precious metals investment experts and third-party organizations will build a research, analysis and communication platform by effectively enhancing the understanding of platinum in the community, providing the latest platinum market data, providing the latest platinum market data. At the same time, the forum also displayed the innovative platinum investment physical products of China Shipping Platinum, which attracted wide attention of the participants.

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Source: http://business.sohu.com

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FUEL CELLS: You can soon lease a Mercedes fuel cell car for 799 euros per month in Germany

FRANKFURT -- Mercedes-Benz will soon start handing over its latest fuel cell car to fleet customers to keep a toe-hold in a promising technology that has been hampered by the difficulties of storing and refueling hydrogen.

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Source: http://europe.autonews.com

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