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Politics and supply chain difficulties suggest European battery push is too frenetic to work well
The country’s lithium miners are at the forefront of a green energy revolution just as prices for the metal are falling
South African miner considers unique leasing model for niche metal
The Croatian start-up is supplying batteries and powertrains to the big car brands
Toyota leads ‘solid state’ push, but next-generation batteries still a decade away
Metal hit by the markets rout now faces prospect of supply surge compounding its woes
With one eye on the Chinese market, the British company is set to produce electric cars in Singapore. Will the £2bn gamble pay off?
Europe needs plants and technology to provide power cells for new generation of vehicles
Four groups planning to build European rival to Tesla’s ‘gigafactory’
Continental bourses lack rivals to the electric vehicle groups of China and Korea
Will there be enough metal to go around? Post 2025 a shortage of lithium, nickel and cobalt is expected
Reception to IPO will help shape prospects for rival producers lined up to float
Institution looks to mobilise $5bn to generate increase in battery storage capacity
Contrasting outlooks for two of the country’s most promising industries