Lithium: The Global Race for Battery Dominance and the New Energy Revolution (Hardback)Lukasz Bednarski (author)
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Publisher: C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd
Number of pages: 256
Dimensions: 216 x 138 mm
'Engaging and expertly told, Bednarski's book ably shuttles the reader from an EV company in China to the salt brines of Chile to discover lithium's effects on global markets, geopolitical competition, and local economies. This book reveals how the renewable energy economy is being made, from the mine to the manufacturing jungles of Asia.' -- Damien Ma, Founder and Managing Director of MacroPolo
'An indispensable guide to the most critical resource that makes our technology green. Bednarski's insightful narrative illuminates the dark corners of a little understood market for a metal that will increasingly determine the fate of a warming planet. His extensive research from China to Latin America vividly explains how the market for one of the lightest elements developed and how it feeds the critical battery market. It is a great read for anyone looking to understand energy markets for the coming decade.' -- David S. Abraham, author of The Elements of Power: Gadgets, Guns, and the Struggle for a Sustainable Future in the Rare Metal Age
'With "Lithium", Lukasz Bednarski has embarked on a masterly work that makes the world of batteries interesting to everyone. He deftly brings around the world and shows how lithium--once inconsequential, is reshaping technology as we know it.' -- Geoffrey Cain, author of Samsung Rising: Inside the Secretive Company Conquering Tech
'Just in time, Lukasz Bednarski has produced the most up-to-date, globe-trotting survey of a nascent boom economy to which the world is only now awakening. His granular, eye-opening sections on China alone are worth the cover price.' -- Steve Levine, author The Powerhouse: America, China and the Great Battery War
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