The EV Revolution – the West “adopts” the Diktat

A key problem of the decision to electrify the powertrains of personal and road-freight vehicles in most industrialized countries is that it was purely politically, not market, driven outside of China (and I think Korea and perhaps even Japan). The “scientific model” making bureaucrats in support of the lowest common denominator social justice, re-election, and … Continue reading The EV Revolution – the West “adopts” the Diktat

The Global Supply of Critical Metals….. with Chinese Characteristics

We wouldn’t expect a charity to fund a mine, much less a comprehensive national mining program focused on creating national self-sufficiency in critical metals and minerals, one, as an example, that would make a modern industrial country self-sufficient, and in that way “secure,” in critical technology metals. The scale of the challenge is something that … Continue reading The Global Supply of Critical Metals….. with Chinese Characteristics