- Global ambitions to achieve net zero status will necessitate a near tripling in annual clean energy investment
- Silver has emerged as a critical component of clean energy infrastructure due to its exceptional electric and thermal conductivity
- Nevertheless, a decrease in global silver production coupled with rising demand has left the precious metal in deficit – with the market undersupplied by nearly 238mn tonnes in 2022
- Eloro Resources’ Iska Iska deposit may be poised to emerge as a rare greenfield silver project with the company set to publish its inaugural NI 43-101 compliant mineral resource estimate
Global warming has become an undeniable force around the globe, with news of widespread droughts, record temperatures, forest fires, and ravaged agricultural harvests increasing in frequency. In response, global leaders came together during 2021’s COP26 event in Glasgow to propose a global Net Zero initiative, aimed towards achieving a balance between global greenhouse gas (“GHG”) emissions and those being removed from the atmosphere. Whilst a number of countries have since published their own legislation, detailing the measures and timeframes through which they expect to achieve a net zero status, there is a common consensus amongst all – the change will not be easy. Forecasts by the International Energy Agency now suggest that to reach global net zero emissions by 2050, annual clean energy investment around the globe will need to more than triple to approximately $4 trillion per annum by 2030.
The shift away from fossil fuels and towards renewable energy sources is resulting in a spending surge that is set to directly benefit businesses entrenched within the global renewable energy supply chain; in particular, commodities such as silver – a critical component within green energy technologies – are…
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