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Andrea Hotter

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A shift in spending from high- to low-carbon assets as part of the energy transition culture could create the biggest reallocation of capital in history – and is already fundamentally reshaping investors’ approach to financing
Critical shortfalls loom without new primary metals supply and better recycling in the system soon, endangering Europe’s goal of a more autonomous clean energy system, according to a new study commissioned by Eurometaux, the region’s association of metal producers
Making sure that Britishvolt has the raw materials it needs to produce batteries has become the UK company’s priority with supply constraints intensifying, its chief executive officer has told Fastmarkets in a recent interview
Andrea Hotter speaks with the US Secretary of Energy, Jennifer Granholm, about the protracted metals and mining permitting process and its impact on the supply of critical minerals for the energy transition
As the CEO of an international mining business with assets producing multiple metals of value to global energy transition, Eurasian Resources Group’s Benedikt Sobotka shares wide-ranging views with Andrea Hotter on the evolution of the supply chains needed to meet demand
The wind power industry continues to be challenged by the current environment, characterized by supply-chain instability, which is causing significant cost inflation and delays in execution of projects, according to Denmark-headquartered producer Vestas
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