Why a Lithium Battery Shortage May Wreck the Great EV Race

InvestorsBizDaily Why Lithium Battery Shortage May Wreck Great EV Race

Automakers like General Motors and Ford have wowed Wall Street with flashy EV designs, technical prowess and plans to invest tens of billions of dollars. Yet they’ve literally put the cart before the horse: the lithium batteries needed to power the electric vehicle revolution.

Now investors are starting to say: “Show me the metal.” Among many key materials, lithium is the most indispensable.

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