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Supervolcanoes Could Grow Cars With Plugs

Supervolcanoes Could Drive The Electric Car Boom August 17, 2017 (Mining.com via OilPrice.com) “…[Scientists] have discovered a new source of lithium, a key element in the manufacturing of battery-powered electric cars and other renewable energy technologies: supervolcanoes…[L]ake sediments within unusually large volcanoes can host lithium-rich clay deposits, which would be an essential
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