Fastmarkets will publish its first low-carbon aluminium differentials on Friday March 5, one for primary aluminium (P1020A) and one for aluminium value-added products (VAP).
Fastmarkets will publish its first low-carbon aluminium differentials for primary aluminium (P1020A) and value-added products in Europe on Friday March 5.
Battery recycling start-up Li-Cycle sees the commercial production achieved at its Rochester, New York, plant as the start of something big.
Pilbara Minerals has signed a memorandum of understanding with Sydney-based technology company Calix Limited to jointly undertake a scoping study to evaluate a new refining process, the Australian lithium miner said on Tuesday May 11.
As global demand for electric vehicles (EVs) increases, the focus on battery technology and the challenges relating to production costs, sustainability and performance becomes more acute.
Green shoots are forming in the approach to clean steelmaking in the United States, with a new administration putting an increased emphasis on sustainability. The topic will be a key part of Fastmarkets’ Steel Success Strategies conference, to be hosted June 21-24 in conjunction with World Steel Dynamics.
Marubeni Corp has entered into a strategic partnership agreement with battery recycler Retriev Technologies Inc in the United States to develop a new circular business for end-of-life lithium-ion batteries, the Japanese trader said on Wednesday February 17.
Steel companies ArcelorMittal and Ovako have both begun to offer the first certified “green steel”, following increased scrutiny on emissions from customers, the two companies announced separately.
Key industrial groups in Spain have set up Battchain, a consortium created to respond to surging demand for batteries in Europe at a time when the region is transitioning to greener mobility, junior miner Infinity Lithium announced on Wednesday February 10.
Stakeholders from aluminium producers to downstream consumers in Europe have a strong interest in market growth but more comprehensive transparency around various aluminium smelter emissions is needed to sustain that growth, Anne-Claire Lejeune, green and sustainable asset originator at bank Natixis, said in an interview with Fastmarkets.