If Tesla and other automakers invest in mining for the sake of securing the metals they need for their EVs, it wouldn’t be the first time an automaker has done it

Posted by on June 17, 2019 9:49 pm
Categories: Batteries & Battery Materials Electric Vehicles & EV Charging

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As reported by Global Mining Observer: “Industrialist Henry Ford went on a mine-buying spree in the 1920s, to control the raw materials that kept his factories running; as carmakers today try to lock-up battery metals, how did Ford’s experiment end?…”

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