Ivor O’Connor

November 11, 2008

Bolivia holds key to electric car future

Filed under: Uncategorized — ioconnor @ 3:20 am

I believe automobiles relying totally on compressed air and or hydrogen powered fuel cells will quickly replace the need for most of the batteries. Until then this lithium will be needed. I’d never have guessed half the world’s lithium is located in Bolivia!

High in the Andes, in a remote corner of Bolivia, lies more than half the world’s reserves of a mineral that could radically reduce our reliance on dwindling fossil fuels.


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