Investing in Energy Transition Materials

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Tom Bailey, John Ciampaglia, Steven Schoffstall

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The global economy is going through a structural change: a reduction of our dependence on fossil fuels in favour of low-carbon and renewable energy sources. This will increase demand for the metals and material vital for the generation, transmission, and storage of clean energy. These materials include: • Rare earth metals and silver for clean energy generation. • Copper for clean energy transmission. • Lithium, nickel, manganese, cobalt, and graphite for clean energy storage. To meet net-zero targets, global investment may need to accelerate to a yearly average of $4.2T from 2026 to 2030. This shift has been variously described as the "battery age" and the transition from a "carbon intensive to a metal intensive economy". Just as 100 years ago, the introduction of the Ford Model T led to the creation of the global oil industry and companies that were among the largest in 20th century, the transition to net-zero will create new winners among the producers of materials needed for clean energy. Presenters: • John Ciampaglia, CEO at Sprott • Steven Schoffstall, Director, ETF Product Management at Sprott • Tom Bailey, Head of Content and Research at HANetf Join our webinar to find out more about the case for investing in energy transition materials.
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