EV (Electric Vehicle) and green technologies experts are telling investors that the world is going to need specialty minerals. Graphite is one of them, and Canada is home to one of the world’s best untapped deposits controlled by Northern Graphite Corporation. TSXV-NGC
Rare earths, copper, lithium, platinum, and tin are among the elements expected to help the world to end the use of the combustion engine and reduce the dependence on fossil fuels.
It’s graphite though, that is the basis for lithium-ion batteries that power everything from smartphones to electric cars. Graphite is used to make the anodes of a lithium-ion battery, without which the battery could not function.
On the production side, it will come down to who manages to tie up agreements with buyers and crucially, who gets their shovel in the ground first.
Read on to learn more about Northern Graphite, one of the world’s top picks for exposure to a known graphite deposit, just waiting to be developed.
IWA is a shareholder of Northern Graphite Corporation.
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