Orbis Research Market brilliance released a new research report of 24 pages on title ‘Rare Earth Elements: Under pressure, global industry responds with new solutions’ with detailed analysis, forecast and strategies.
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Rare Earth Elements Market have transformed industry and consumer products. Smartphones and highly efficient jet engines, among other products, have become dependent upon hard to extract elements, almost all of which are exported from China.
This presents industry with very real problems. Not only are profitable reserves dwindling but supply is determined by the Chinese government, leaving many industries exposed.
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However, alternative materials are being developed; recycling is becoming relevant; and means of not using rare elements are entering mainstream production. Despite the problems associated with rare earth elements, industry is undergoing substantial changes to solve the difficulties, heralding new and innovative ideas.
Higher demand is causing industry to find means of improving the security of supply, and several methods have emerged to help.
Now that is changing: industry is waking up to the benefits on offer to product disassembly. However, even successful efforts so far remain small in scale compared to the extent of consumption.
Big shifts in rare earth element use are emerging due to the development of substitute materials. Still in infancy, substitutes to metals such as indium are gradually creating possibilities that industry will be able to radically reduce consumption of these materials over the coming years.
– Explores the impact of rare earth elements on industry
– Analyses overdependence of rare elements across major industries
– Looks at the development of substitute materials
– Assesses the impact of geopolitics on rare elements
– Examines developments in recycling of rare earth elements
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– What progress has been made towards substitute materials?
– Can recycling have a major role to play in recovering rare elements?
– Can industry become less dependent upon rare earth elements?
– Will efforts to not use rare earth elements prove successful?
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List of Figures
Figure 1: Number of smartphones in use in China (millions) 2011 to 2016 6
Figure 2: Global precious metal production 2010 to 2016 (tons) 7
Figure 3: Global sales of hybrid and electric cars 2009 to 2016 (millions of vehicles) 8
Figure 4: Global number of smartphones 2012 to 2016 (millions) 11
Figure 5: Global renewable energy generation 2010 to 2016 (TWh) 12
Figure 6: Sales revenue of Apple iPhone ($m) 2010 to 2017 13
Figure 7: China, volume of waste (millions of tons) 2009 to 2016 14
Figure 8: Google, Project Soli concept 16
Figure 9: Honda Freed 17
Figure 10: Artist impression of graphene18
Figure 11: Disputed Kuril Islands/Northern Territories 20
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