The Global Electric Vehicle Charger (EVC) Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 28.28 percent from 2014-2018, according to a new report from research firm TechNavio. http://www.azocleantech.com/news.aspx?newsID=21091 With growing concerns surrounding environmental protection and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, micro electric vehicles have become a strong alternative and the most viable solution to the problem of emissions. Quadricycles and similar vehicles have gained a solid reputation among consumers, which will boost the prospects for the Global EVC Market through the projected period.
Share price and market capitalisation has yet to reflect the stage Hastings has reached in its development, compared with companies such as Avalon, Matamec, and Tasman that have progressed further down the development path. Investors can be encouraged by a base line scoping study by Hastings last year, using a 15-year mine life from the JORC-compliant 36 million tonne resource (85% indicated), and the on-going policy of the worldâ€™s dominant rare earths producer â€“ China â€“ to restrict exports. - See more at: http://www.hastingsraremetals.com/investor-relations/#sthash.yWPCvDU5.dpuf
Black because I trapped my finger in the freezer door. Ow. Fiddlesticks I said. Fiddlesticks me rotten. Anyway.... Nice end to the week talking about a rare earth mineral I never knew existed but thanks to our learned team I do now! Cosy evening in chums fire on candles flickering nice glass of red. Go steady y'all.
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