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The world is becoming more climate-friendly - thanks to raw materials

Von Swiss Resource Capital AG

In many sectors of the economy, solutions are being sought to reduce CO2 emissions.


The biggest change since the industrial revolution is coming. Production will become more automated, more digital and also more sustainable. The world's largest industrial show will take place in Hanover in April 2022. The guiding theme of the trade fair is "industrial transformation" and it is intended to trigger impulses for more climate protection. One of the main points of the fair is climate-neutral mobility and also hydrogen technology. Hydrogen drives are particularly suitable for heavy-duty transport, also for the large heavy mining vehicles. From the point of view of raw materials, platinum is particularly important for this.



A major platinum and palladium producer is Sibanye-Stillwater - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVqFPB0RALI - with its properties in South Africa and the USA. The stated strategy of the company, which also plays a significant role in gold production, is to create a portfolio of green metals. To this end, it has just acquired a copper mine and a nickel mine. These are raw materials that are needed for electromobility. But silver is also a key raw material for climate change, firstly in electric vehicles and secondly in the solar and wind energy sectors.


Silver currently costs just under 24 US dollars per troy ounce. Chartists see a hurdle at 24.86 US dollars. Should this hurdle be surpassed, the way would be paved for a price of up to 26.73 US dollars per ounce of silver.


If investors want to focus on green energies, they could consider investing in companies such as Empress Royalty - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-ptx2yvyfU&t=29s -, a royalty company that focuses on gold and silver and also offers diversification.


Current corporate information and press releases from Sibanye-Stillwater (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/sibanye-stillwater-ltd/ -).




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