Bloomberg - September 10, 2017
Regulators working on timetable for the ban, official says China joins U.K., France to phase out combustion-engine cars
The world’s second-biggest economy, which has vowed to cap its carbon emissions by 2030 and curb worsening air pollution, is the latest to join countries such as the U.K. and France seeking
The looming ban on combustion-engine automobiles will goad both local and global automakers to focus on introducing more zero-emission electric cars to help clean up smog-choked major cities.
Air1 - September 11, 2017
By JOE McDONALD , AP Business Writer BEIJING (AP) — China is joining France and Britain in announcing plans to end sales of gasoline and...
burden to automakers. Under the proposed quotas, electric and hybrid gasoline-electric vehicles would have to make up 8 percent of each
China is the biggest auto market by number of vehicles sold, giving any policy changes outsize importance for the global industry….China passed the United States last year as the biggest electric car market. Sales of electrics and gasoline-electric hybrids rose 50 percent over 2015 to 336,000 vehicles, or 40 percent of global demand. U.S. sales totaled 159,620.
Morningstar UK - September 11, 2017
BEIJING (Alliance News) - China, the biggest car market in the world, is planning to end ...
had said that all its new car models would have an electric motor from 2019. Geely aims to sell one million electric cars by 2025. Renault-
With the move, China joins UK and France, which have already announced plans to ban new diesel and petrol vehicles by 2040 in their efforts to reduce pollution and carbon emissions.
Reuters US News - September 11, 2017
FRANKFURT, Sept 11 (Reuters) - Daimler’s Chief Executive Dieter Zetsche on Monday said Mercedes-Benz will offer electric versions of all...
-Benz passenger cars in a hybrid and fully electric car variants. Because electric cars have a lower margin than electric cars, Daimler has
Fortune Minerals In The Media
Engineering News - September 8, 2017
VANCOUVER ( – With a bird in hand, Canadian project developer Fortune Minerals is considering to up the ante for its...
batteries seem to decrease because overheating issues with reduced cobalt use. “We are seeing a reduction in the use of cobalt in batteries
“The period between 2019 and 2025 really seems to be the ramp up for cobalt demand and, with our two- to three-year build programme and few competing cobalt projects on the horizon that do not rely on by-product production such as in copper mines, we expect to enter the market on the up-trend,” Goad advised.
Unknown - September 11, 2017
Whati Road could deliver NICO mine and more
“The Tłįchø Government and the community of Whati are fully supportive of this project,” said Nancy Zimmerman, GNWT Infrastructure Communications Manager.

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