Sources: Growth in metals demand (300%+ lithium, 60%+ nickel, 90%+ cobalt) through 2026: S&P Global Market Intelligence, as of Sept. 21, 2022. Battery metals miners: ProShares; Bloomberg; U.S. Geological Survey, “Mine production of lithium worldwide from 2010 to 2021,” January 2022; IEA, "Electric cars fend off supply challenges to more than double global sales," January 2022.
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