Everything you need to know about Metals and Net Zero (but were afraid to ask)

Presented by

Tom Sleep, Sales Executive, NTree International

About this talk

The last century and more of the global economy has been defined by fossil fuels. Oil, gas and coal has kept our lights on, powered our cars and provided our plastics. That age is now over, and a new age is beginning. Whilst humans have been making extensive use of metals for millennia, this intensity is set to explode in the coming decades. Properties such as malleability, conductivity, reflectivity and energy density are set to be wielded in untold applications in order to power our economies and ultimately drive us to net zero. But which metals might be most used? Which might be most problematic? And are there any that might be little bit surprising? Professional investors can expect gain an insight into some of the metals that may see increased use in the global economy in the coming decades.

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