Currently viewing Global edition

Energy transition needs US$1 trillion in metals investment, says Wood Mackenzie

The transition to a low carbon global economy will require more than US$1 trillion of investment in metals such as copper, cobalt, aluminium, nickel and lithium by 2035 – more than double the figure invested over the past 15 years, natural resources consultancy Wood Mackenzie has said.

Energy transition needs US$1 trillion in metals investment, says Wood Mackenzie Energy transition needs US$1 trillion in metals investment, says Wood Mackenzie Energy transition needs US$1 trillion in metals investment, says Wood Mackenzie Energy transition needs US$1 trillion in metals investment, says Wood Mackenzie Energy transition needs US$1 trillion in metals investment, says Wood Mackenzie

Rising demand for clean technology such as EVs will need vast investment in metals such as copper, nickel, lithium and aluminium

Governments across the world have used stimulus packages to accelerate or kick-start decarbonisation initiatives in 2020.

topics

loader