21 days ago • Posted by Jasper Lawler

How much copper is really used in renewable energy?

The world is moving away from fossil fuels, towards large-scale adoption of clean energy technologies.

Building these technologies is a mineral-intensive process. From aluminum and chromium to rare earths and cobalt, as Visual Capitalist details below, the energy transition is creating massive demand for a range of minerals.

Copper is one such mineral, which stands out due to its critical role in building both the technologies as well as the infrastructure that allows us to harness their power.

Source: Visual Capitalist / Zero Hedge

How much copper is really used in renewable energy?
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