Metals mostly provided positive returns in 2021, with lithium and other industrial metals leading the charge while gold and silver slumped.
Tesla was the first automaker to hit a $1 trillion market cap, but other electric car companies have plans to unseat the dominant EV maker.
Electric vehicles are a key piece of the clean energy puzzle. So what's driving EV adoption, and what's slowing it down?
The energy transition will be mineral intensive and create massive demand for all the metals in renewable technologies.
In just a decade, there will be the equivalent lithium-ion battery production capacity of 22 Tesla Gigafactories, with most of that being in China.
To get off fossil fuels, we'll need other finite resources such as rare metals and minerals. Here are the resources that will power the green revolution.
Based on the teardown of a Chevy Bolt, this chart reveals how annual commodity demand would be affected in a hypothetical 100% EV world.