Unlock The Potential Of The 21st Century With Rare Earth Elements – The Hidden Gems Of Modern Technology.
From smartphones to electric cars, wind turbines to military equipment, these elements are essential to drive innovation and growth. As the demand for technology continues to SOAR, so too does the need for rare earth elements, otherwise known as (REE’s). We are currently at an inflection point between supply and demand and forecasted demands are unable to outpace the market needs.
These rare earth elements (also known as critical metals) are in…
Extremely Short Supply
First time hearing about (REE’s)?
Rare earth elements are a group of 17 metallic elements that are vital to modern technology.
These elements are used in a wide range of products, including smartphones, electric vehicles, wind turbines, and military equipment. In recent years, there has been a growing demand for rare earth elements as the world becomes more reliant on technology.
The increasing use of electric vehicles, renewable energy sources, and 5G technology is driving the need for rare earth elements. Additionally, the limited supply of rare earth elements and challenges in the mining and processing of these materials have led to concerns about potential shortages.
As the world continues to develop and technology advances, the demand for rare earth elements is only set to increase.
It’s important for industries and governments to take action to ensure a steady and sustainable supply of these crucial materials.
Currently, 90% of the worlds supply of rare earth comes from China.
Over the next few years as this technological shift changes, other countries are going to have to find a way to help support this.
However, there is one country that happens to have some of the largest known reserves (and resources) of rare earths in the world…It’s Canada. 🇨🇦
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