Hydrogen is a terrible method for storage. You use about 50% of the energy you captured from your renewable source to just produce the hydrogen and the compress or cool it into a liquid for storage. Then you can only burn it once, and you'll lose some of the energy while burning it.
Nobody is bullsheeting here other than you Dumppunter. People's talk of the economics are educated by the PFS. The PFS is part of the step to reaching a DFS which is a very good piece of information to use obviously, you dumbf#%k.
What information did you use to state we could put all the shipping containers loads onto a trainline from China? Clearly none if you can use simple mathematics.
What information did you use to state the low grade lithium at Cinovec isn't economical? Clearly none as you don't understand the processing route is different to spodumene and there are other elements extracted in the process.
In the report in the background information there's a sentence below I don't understand. To me it reads that the Carbon production has increased from 22,500tpa to 22,500tpa. Is that a typo or has the production increased to 22,500tpa from a lower number?
An initial Probable Ore Reserve of 34.5Mt at 0.65% Li2O and 0.09% Sn reported 4 July 2017 (Cinovec Maiden Ore Reserve – Further Information) has been declared to cover the first 20 years mining at an output of 22,500tpa of lithium carbonate reported 11 July 2018 (Cinovec Production Modelled to Increase to 22,500tpa of Lithium Carbonate).
Before I do a bit of reading, does anyone know how many tonne approx if tin we would get for every tonne of hydroxide? Just a ballpark figure. I know it will depend on where exactly the ore comes from.
RE: Shipping Mishap's & a damaged asia/EU supply chain25 Mar 2021 18:29
Dumbpunter, thanks for another idiotic post. The Ever Given ship stuck in the canel can carry up to 20,000 containers 20 foot long. 122km back to back. The rail link between the EU and China is 11,000km. A typical freight train is 2.8km long. Ever if you stacked containers back to back the whole way fro0m China to Europe you'll only get 90 ships worth on the rail systam.
RE: People getting edgy ? Whats all this doubt coming in ?23 Mar 2021 15:21
Dumbpunter, you're at it again. Of course the proximity to the battery cell plants matter. VW themselves talked about carbon footprints themselves. You're being a vvanker again. Why don't you at least post an arguement that would take more than an idiot to dismiss
So the mine at the other side of the Atlantic is right beside the docks over there and the cell production plant right beside the docks over here? Catch yourself on mate. You're having an opinion and finding the information you can to suit it rather than basing your opinion on the facts at hand. You make youreself look like such a VVanker.
Dumbpunter, you obviously either a) don't know what you are talking about or b) are trying to scare people into selling to get some cheap shares. It's such a rediculous statement I can't even be bothered explaining how wrong you are and why.