Lithium – Electric bicycle sales volumes are driven by macroeconomic trends in developing markets combined with demand for convenient and low-cost transportation. These factors could lead to global sales of almost 48 million vehicles per year by 2018.
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Lithium – An energy report released by oil and gas giant ExxonMobil offers key points for lithium investors including the implication that the single largest influence on energy trends is expected to be a rising demand for electricity, with forecasted global demand to increase by 80 percent over the next 30 years.
Lithium – Overall outlook for the lithium industry is dependent upon demand from a number of contributing areas including future adoption and accelerated market penetration within the electric vehicle industry as well as continued global demand for consumer electronics and mobile devices according to some analysts.
Lithium – Lithium industry investors might take note of how well vehicles respond in this challenging context of climate and geography despite the fact that the North American marketplace is considered to be a relatively minor segment for future global EV demand.
Lithium – Galaxy Resources has provisionally chosen the site for its proposed lithium-ion battery project in China. The proposed site is also in close proximity to some of the major Chinese electric bike manufacturers, which could be critical in developing strategic alliances or marketing agreements with potential end-customers.
Lithium – From Australia to Japan to the US, major partnerships and strategic collaborations appear to be catalyzing strong marketing and technological bench strength to drive activity within the lithium field.
Lithium – A recent report reveals lithium carbonate is currently trading in the range of $5,500 to $6,000 per tonne, which is an improvement from the US$5,300 per tonne average of 2009.
With European debt concerns still looming in traders’ risk management strategies, Asia, and more specifically China continues to demonstrate global significance in the areas of copper, lithium, molybdenum and rare earth elements.
Lithium – The world’s largest lithium producer has indicated interest in the salar concessions for Salares Lithium, resulting in the conversion of over 39,000 Ha of concessions that cover the aerial extent of the brine lake from the current 'exploration' concessions to 'exploitation' concessions.