Experts reveal when the world will no longer need to mine for EV batteries

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In August, the environmental organization Greenpeace disclosed that China had greenlit over 50 gigawatts of new coal power in the initial six months of 2023 alone, with ongoing construction of coal-fired power facilities progressing at an unprecedented pace. China, consuming nearly half of the world’s coal and holding the title of the largest oil importer globally, has taken an intriguing turn as the predominant leader in clean energy. This paradox becomes evident as China claimed $546 billion, nearly half of the $1.1 trillion investment inflow into the clean energy sector in 2022.

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