F.Wall at exeter.ac.uk
Fri Nov 24 07:52:42 EST 2017
The Critical Materials Institute in the USA https://cmi.ameslab.gov/ can help.
We have a project in the UK called SoS RARE, www.sosrare.org that includes work on responsible sourcing of the REE that are used in the direct drive motors in many electric vehicles. I would be pleased to see if I can help your colleague with any questions.
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I've had the request below from a colleague. Any help would be appreciated.
"Do you know about the mining of REE that are used in batteries? Specifically I’m interested in those used in hybrid and/or plug in hybrid vehicles? I am trying to learn more about the environmental impact of these different approaches to transportation."
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