Tesla's Battery Supply Problem

24. okt.. 2020
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[1] www.statista.com/statistics/502208/tesla-quarterly-vehicle-deliveries/
[2] www.statista.com/statistics/265859/vehicle-sales-worldwide/
[3] arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1210/1210.3672.pdf
[4] www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1369702114004118#fig0035
[5] courses.lumenlearning.com/geology/chapter/reading-abundance-of-elements-in-earths-crust/
[6] Page 16 publications.lib.chalmers.se/records/fulltext/230991/local_230991.pdf and www.researchgate.net/post/What_is_the_content_of_pure_lithium_eg_kg_kWh_in_Li-ion_batteries_used_in_electric_vehicles
[7] pubs.usgs.gov/periodicals/mcs2020/mcs2020-lithium.pdf
[8]Page 51 pubs.usgs.gov/periodicals/mcs2020/mcs2020.pdf
[9] www.theguardian.com/global-development/2019/dec/16/apple-and-google-named-in-us-lawsuit-over-congolese-child-cobalt-mining-deaths
[10] www.tesla.com/sites/default/files/about/legal/2018-conflict-minerals-report.pdf
[11] www.benchmarkminerals.com/panasonic-reduces-teslas-cobalt-consumption-by-60-in-6-years/
[12] Page 9 www.mckinsey.com/~/media/McKinsey/Industries/Metals%20and%20Mining/Our%20Insights/The%20future%20of%20nickel%20A%20class%20act/The%20future%20of%20nickel%20A%20class%20act.ashx#:~:text=For%20nickel%2Dcontaining%20lithium%2Dion,%2C%20NMC811%2C%20or%20NCA
[13] Page 113 pubs.usgs.gov/periodicals/mcs2020/mcs2020.pdf
[14] insg.org/index.php/about-nickel/production-usage/
[15] www.mining.com/web/elon-musk-is-going-to-have-a-hard-time-finding-clean-nickel/
[16] www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/arizona-battery-explosion-conventional-wisdom-safety
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    Real EngineeringReal Engineering5 måneder siden
    • Above all, YOU CAN NOT KEEP UP WITH THE SUGGESTED " ENDLESS CONSUMER DEMAND". THE GOVERNMENT WOULD DO GOOD, TO EDUCATE, AUTHORITIVELY, THE WHOLE A TO Z SUPPLY- DEMAND CHAIN, BOTH PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS, ABOUT FINITE ENTROPY AND THE 'DEMAND' FOR LIMITING CONSUMPTION. QUOTA HAVE TO BE SET. REALLY, WE CAN NOT KEEP BEING WASTEFULL CAUSING ALL PROBLEMS OF LUXURY. UNFORTUNATELY, THE COMMERCIAL INDUSTRY IS ABUSING THE CONCEPT OF LIMITLESS DEMAND AS AN EXCUSE TO EXHAUST ALL RESOURCES. LIMITS. NOW. THANK YOU FOR BEING CAREFULL.

      Righteous AgitatorRighteous Agitator23 dager siden
    • @Joe Cool yeah......my point exactly

      Jerry PlushJerry PlushMåned siden
    • @Jerry Plush It would just keep spinning but it would have slowed down the next time you go to use it due to frictional losses

      Joe CoolJoe CoolMåned siden
    • @Joe Cool Don't know a lot about flywheel energy storage, thus this question..........What happens to the energy stored in flywheel after the days travel is ended? Seems that could also be a huge loss and inefficiency of flywheel usage.

      Jerry PlushJerry PlushMåned siden
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      Gary TruemnerGary Truemner3 måneder siden
  • What if we started digging the asteroids.

    NAVEEN RSNAVEEN RS13 timer siden
  • BYD just announced it's going nicked and cobalt-free. This channel is really Tesla-centric. The real battery innovation is taking place in China.

    asdfasdf13 timer siden
  • Would you be able to figure out how much of a footprint 67 Gigafactories would create, and then compare the size to existing cities and Countries?

    Derek PachecoDerek Pacheco17 timer siden
  • Your video is kind of missleading. At the time 6:02, the topic you are talking about is the expansion of Si through alloying with Li, but you were showing an expansion of Battery through gas during thermal runaway. I think the expansion of Si would look different, it simply cause the Si active materials fall from Cu current collector, thats all.

    Yazheng LiYazheng LiDag siden
  • Yeah yep spinning mass weight in large electronicaly controled frictionless bearings would not need batterys spinning at speed of light threw gears and pulleys in relativity of equal & opposite reactions of tides or winds.

    Steven LonienSteven Lonien3 dager siden
  • 22:27 - so not for dummies. got it.

    Konan AmegakureKonan Amegakure4 dager siden
  • grid scale storage is inertia motor ?

    alain frévillealain fréville6 dager siden
  • Not only that, but we're just focusing on Tesla now. The goal is to have the entire automotive industry off of fossil fuels. So my guess is that once the major car companies are re-tooled for 100% EV production. Strip mining will increase exponentially and mineral reserves will decrease in kind. We're basically adding 'Big Battery' to the 'Big Oil' list of entities that will exploit non-renewable resources with relative impunity because of our dependence on them.

    CJ BellCJ Bell7 dager siden
  • Or you could create an infrastructure that doesn't require cars. SMH

    peter john kattzpeter john kattz8 dager siden
  • I think it should be legal for people in Congo to earn more money in a mine than in other jobs if they decided that's better for them.

    PS PSPS PS10 dager siden
  • Tesla needs to show how the mining for batteries compares to fossil fuels and what they will do to make batteries cleaner.

    MichaelMichael11 dager siden
  • Kinda ironic how the endless supply of renewable energy we have, capable of solving energy is held hostage by such materials. So Lithium is the new oil? Relatively scarce, unevenly concentrated and burns easily. Dope.

    Dank SavageDank Savage11 dager siden
  • Remind me what's wrong with nuclear + hydrogen fuel cell?

    Alan LiAlan Li12 dager siden
  • Aren't batteries just a stop gap until we get hydrogen fuel cells?

    Bob ZBob Z12 dager siden
  • Tesla is the largest buyer of batteries from China. Communist china. Made from cobalt from Congo that uses 40,000 children to mine for them. They get 35 cents a day. The adults get $2 for 24 hours. Yes, slaves. .....isn’t that “ green”? Happy?

    Benjamin MannBenjamin Mann12 dager siden
  • 16000 UN troops beg to differ on the security of cobalt in the congo

    Warrick TerryWarrick Terry13 dager siden
  • Tesla has no cobolt from mines with that poor working condition. That has been researched & verified.

    HQsoundHQsound15 dager siden
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    David KangDavid Kang16 dager siden
  • We need someone like Nikola Tesla more than ever

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  • We still have to charge them with something. No fuels used here then!

    Larry ArchibaldLarry Archibald20 dager siden
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    Gaven CarrollGaven Carroll21 dag siden
  • In the long term, best is for the western world grabbers to go extinct by completely destroying everything through consuming as usual. Most important is that all that 'smart' knowledge is exterminated for good. So surviving resilient of our species never makes the same catastrophic high demand mistakes. Congo should exploit the cobalt problem to the very benefit of its citizens. HOW HARD CAN FAIR NEGOTIATING BE?! PUT SOME PRESSURE ON IT! YOU CAN WAIT FOR THE COMPANIES TO GO FAIR TRADE UNTILL THE COWS COME HOME! CONGO, EDUCATE YOUR PEOPLE AND MAKE THE WORLD KNOW HOW DEPENDANT THEY REALLY ARE! SHAME ON THE BIG FISHES! CAN NOT WE, THE SPOILED CONSUMER, DISRUPT A TAD BY FORCING THE PRODUCERS? BE INFORMED. Above all, YOU CAN NOT KEEP UP WITH THE SUGGESTED " ENDLESS CONSUMER DEMAND". THE GOVERNMENT WOULD DO GOOD, TO EDUCATE, AUTHORITIVELY, THE WHOLE A TO Z SUPPLY- DEMAND CHAIN, BOTH PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS, ABOUT FINITE ENTROPY AND THE 'DEMAND' FOR LIMITING CONSUMPTION. QUOTA HAVE TO BE SET. REALLY, WE CAN NOT KEEP BEING WASTEFULL CAUSING ALL PROBLEMS OF LUXURY. UNFORTUNATELY, THE COMMERCIAL INDUSTRY IS ABUSING THE CONCEPT OF LIMITLESS DEMAND AS AN EXCUSE TO EXHAUST ALL RESOURCES. LIMITS. NOW. THANK YOU FOR BEING CAREFULL.

    Righteous AgitatorRighteous Agitator23 dager siden
  • Congo should exploit the cobalt problem to the very benefit of its citizens. HOW HARD CAN FAIR NEGOTIATING BE?! PUT SOME PRESSURE ON IT! YOU CAN WAIT FOR THE COMPANIES TO GO FAIR TRADE UNTILL THE COWS COME HOME! CONGO, EDUCATE YOUR PEOPLE AND MAKE THE WORLD KNOW HOW DEPENDANT THEY REALLY ARE! SHAME ON THE BIG FISHES! CAN NOT WE, THE SPOILED CONSUMER, DISRUPT A TAD BY FORCING THE PRODUCERS? BE INFORMED. Above all, YOU CAN NOT KEEP UP WITH THE SUGGESTED " ENDLESS CONSUMER DEMAND". THE GOVERNMENT WOULD DO GOOD, TO EDUCATE, AUTHORITIVELY, THE WHOLE A TO Z SUPPLY- DEMAND CHAIN, BOTH PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS, ABOUT FINITE ENTROPY AND THE 'DEMAND' FOR LIMITING CONSUMPTION. QUOTA HAVE TO BE SET. REALLY, WE CAN NOT KEEP BEING WASTEFULL CAUSING ALL PROBLEMS OF LUXURY. UNFORTUNATELY, THE COMMERCIAL INDUSTRY IS ABUSING THE CONCEPT OF LIMITLESS DEMAND AS AN EXCUSE TO EXHAUST ALL RESOURCES. LIMITS. NOW. THANK YOU FOR BEING CAREFULL.

    Righteous AgitatorRighteous Agitator23 dager siden
  • Above all, YOU CAN NOT KEEP UP WITH THE SUGGESTED " ENDLESS CONSUMER DEMAND". THE GOVERNMENT WOULD DO GOOD, TO EDUCATE, AUTHORITIVELY, THE WHOLE A TO Z SUPPLY- DEMAND CHAIN, BOTH PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS, ABOUT FINITE ENTROPY AND THE 'DEMAND' FOR LIMITING CONSUMPTION. QUOTA HAVE TO BE SET. REALLY, WE CAN NOT KEEP BEING WASTEFULL CAUSING ALL PROBLEMS OF LUXURY. UNFORTUNATELY, THE COMMERCIAL INDUSTRY IS ABUSING THE CONCEPT OF LIMITLESS DEMAND AS AN EXCUSE TO EXHAUST ALL RESOURCES. LIMITS. NOW. THANK YOU FOR BEING CAREFULL.

    Righteous AgitatorRighteous Agitator23 dager siden
  • USA stealing Lithium from Afghanistan, day by day, nobody knows about it!

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  • It's pronounced aluminum.

    Richard JohnsonRichard JohnsonMåned siden
  • The video is a little misleading on the artisanal mining part: While 70% of the world's output is mined in Congo, only an estimated 15-30% of Congolese cobalt is mined this way. So at most roughly 20% of the world supply is mined this way every year. The numbers also fluctuate in line with cobalt prices, as, somewhat counterintuitively, that kind of production is not competitive when prices are low. Despite the usage of what basically amounts to slave labour, it is not able to compete with the highly industrialized processes of huge mining facilities as long as there is no supply crunch for cobalt. So while the geopolitical problems are still a major concern (as the video points out, Congo is a notoriously unstable country after all), the development of more mining facilities in the region can actually help mitigate the problem of artisanal mining

    Tom CadsTom CadsMåned siden
  • The Green Revolution? The world is becoming greener due to higher levels of atmospheric CO2.

    Ned WalportNed WalportMåned siden
  • Battery shortage? Not if “We coup who we want, get over it”

    Deeply SuperficialDeeply SuperficialMåned siden
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  • How about asteroid mining.

    C.J.C.J.Måned siden
  • This video is a giant Tesla commercial.

    TheOtherSteelTheOtherSteelMåned siden
  • Electric cars in all this technology does not get away from fossil fuels the fact of the matter is that uses more fossil fuels not less

    Javier RuizJavier RuizMåned siden
  • A good analysis of the raw material supply challenges facing battery supply: equally daunting is the basic metal demand requirements for rapid expansion in solar and wind power of the magnitude required to create the green energy revolution. In the era of NIMBYism and lack of basic knowledge of how "stuff" is actually made, the amount of increased mining required to even begin to meet the mind boggling demand will result in even more environmental elitism, as the wealthy countries want nothing to do with the fundamental industries (mining, processing, manufacturing, etc.) in their sight or local areas, forcing even more potential exploitation of the poorer countries of the world. WE need change, to be sure, but it has a price that all must pay, and it is sometimes not just in terms of money. Recently, a very large underground copper mine project in Arizona (Resolution Copper, Superior, AZ) had a critical step in their already decade long permitting process arbitrarily halted by the new administration. I understand the desire for a clean environment - I want that too, but when a state of the art mine development project that has been vetted by multiple administrations and has already had $2B spent on studies is halted because it's "incomplete" in the eyes of some, that mine's future development (potentially 25% of US demand could be supplied from it), it is on life support. That means the the additional demand for (in this case copper, but plug in your metal of choice) will be supplied (if it can be) by less efficient , lvery likely more polluting suppliers in parts of the world that likely already have a disproportionate share of the environmental cost that the world requires to not only feed, clothe and house billions of people (with billions more to come), but also to fulfill the ethical duty to elevate all people everywhere out of poverty. The realities of how material objects are made are not foolish concerns: steel and cement are very mature products essential to modern life (and green energy and infrastructure and elevating people out of poverty (think infrastructure) ,with very little room left for process optimization in terms of energy consumption and CO2 emission (cement emits CO2 as a byproduct of the chemical transformation of raw materials to cement, exclusive of the energy source used to produce it). So, great video: I like to see one of equivalent quality on the raw material challenges of green energy transformation. Notice that I haven't mentioned exotic metals like rare earths - although not really rare, the processing of these ores are very energy intensive and very dirty in terms of nasty chemicals. BTW, China dominates rare earths not only because of supply but also due to proprietary processing technology and much more liberal environmental regs. It behooves us all to know that the transition to carbon free energy is not without societal cost - not that it shouldn't be done, but I think society as a whole needs to know what this massive transformation will entail.

    Thomas NyeThomas NyeMåned siden
    • Along with what you’ve said is the scale of transitioning to a net-zero carbon dioxide emission energy supply by the year 2050. There’s an article by Roger Pielke that came out in Oct 2019 that shows what would be involved. Starting the day after the article was posted, 3 nuclear power plants equivalent in output to the Florida Turkey Point Nuclear facility would need to be built every 2 days to reach that goal. At the same time decommissioning a Turkey Point Nuclear facility equivalent in non-renewable energy production every day would be required. He substituted wind power for nuclear and came up with 1500 wind turbines to be put in use every day until 2050. Nothing wrong with moving to cleaner energy but such an unrealistic goal of net-zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2050 should be addressed as well.

      mako88sbmako88sb20 dager siden
  • They need to make smaller vehicles, more affordable, more sustainable less polluting and dangerous.

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  • There is no man-caused global warming - just ask the Texans. Texas went Green to prevent global warming - dumb politicians !

    Otto DidactOtto DidactMåned siden
  • No more lithium medication guys we need it all for batteries

    Research and BuildResearch and BuildMåned siden
  • We need ro transition away from fossil fuel to other more toxic chemicals lol

    Research and BuildResearch and BuildMåned siden
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  • Why not just fix old cars? wouldn't that be better than producing new cars?

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  • Why did you compare in mah per gram? Shouldn't it have been watthours per gram?

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  • QPM.ASX will provide 90% or more of that battery shopping list without the Geopolitical Congo issues, barring Lithium that is abundant in the market for the possible foreseeable future. QPM Punches above its weight in battery metals supply. It is a small Australian (Queensland) company called Queensland Pacific Metals. Production slated for 2023. Good value on the ASX for around $0.10c AUD. Could we see a 10X + on that stock;-)

    Ian HarrisIan HarrisMåned siden
  • Earlier in Tesla history I recall Elon saying his objective was accelerating the worldwide transition to EV. He even said he would make Tesla patents freely available to all. I doubt Tesla will ever produce 40M cars a year but I applaud Elon for great success at his early goal. It is amazing and very important. The many large resourceful auto companies worldwide Europe, Japan, S. Korea, China and N.America have redirected capital to EV technology including batteries and have firm plans for transition to EV. I think Elon is a jerk sometimes but I would give him a medal or maybe knighthood.

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  • I think urging big companies to be mindful of inhumane labor practices is the correct thing to do. However, I believe it is unfair to place the burden of action of them when the true responsible party is the mines' host country. Big corps can only do so much and what if they just outright pull cobalt out of their supply chain altogether? Then the laborers who were mistreated before will now lose their income to, adding insult to injury. This should be a joint-nation, joint venture effort to ensure humane labor laws are enforce to protect the people responsible for giving us the resources we need to modernize our societies.

    Kevin PoolKevin PoolMåned siden
  • Remember when GM was the biggest company in the world and Toyota was making engines under license to BMC (British Motor Corporation)?

    David TuerDavid TuerMåned siden
  • Interesting Mongolia was not mentioned in the list of suppliers...I recall theirs being very pure and they said they were holding out for good prices..

    MGTOW MattyMGTOW MattyMåned siden
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    Harald WeltzinHarald WeltzinMåned siden
  • 3:03 the cathode is positive and the anode negative..... seriously...🤨🤨🤨🤨 real engineering..?????

    Krishna SaraswatKrishna SaraswatMåned siden
  • Supercaps is the way. Batteries just don't charge that fast and that's why they will never take off.

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    Robert BennettRobert BennettMåned siden
  • I guess musk should have started “The Mining Company” instead of the boring company

    Alex RogeAlex RogeMåned siden
  • TESLA gives a shit about anything but money...Why it would be different?

    Gustav SophieGustav SophieMåned siden
  • 5:23 the storage densities here are given in mAh/g, but what is the voltage of the battery? We’d need that to know the power storage

    PeterPeterMåned siden
  • USA: Congo has 70% of the worlds cobalt? USA: Congo has WMD we must intervene now.

    PUGGERPUGGERMåned siden
  • You must not forget the impact Tesla had on other car manufactures. They don't need to change the whole world themselves anymore, other need to go with them.

    Julian KienzlJulian KienzlMåned siden
  • it was okay...

    musmus96musmus96Måned siden
  • These companies are essentially trying to solve smog and getting rid of greenhouse emissions. Well, I wonder if there's a very high power, low emission technology that we already have and a new version of in development that would solve these issues if we just used the current one and developed the new one..........

    J.D. HagueJ.D. HagueMåned siden
  • Why can't we put some type of electrical distribution into our roads and let the E cars work by making contact with it and that powering the vehicle and use the batteries to power the vehicle where there are no electric roads and yeah I hear you now that's dangerous that's this or that and I say there is nothing wrong with the idea and this way governments can choose t to do the upkeep for the roads or lease them out to privately owned businesses which would have to be heavily regulated at first because of greed but just as gas stations are privately owned this might can be and doing it this way could also make it easier in emergencies to stop cars coming up on an accident or something by cutting power

    I've got questionsI've got questionsMåned siden
  • F the Green Deal meddlers! They are all looking for money ( tons of it ) and the means to the end will be a reflection of what millions of people have suffered through the heavy-handed enforcement of "Shutdowns". Totalitarian-minded political scumbags have invested in the massive con-job of the Covert Panic to prepare the masses to become tools for the New Socialist Elites as they play Sim-games with flesh and blood human beings. Certain heartless control-freak types, the Democrat-type, use their slavish liar-tools commonly referred to as Mainstream Media to spread rumors of fearful content, threatening like a sheep-herding Border Collie, to move the faceless demographiks millions where they might serve the Social Justice Savior who rules completely and without reservation to "save the planet"! They just completed the "Erase Orange Man Patriot" plan by whatever means necessary, and anybody who saw it Nov. 3 -Jan. 6 knows that the level of threats and payoffs was so Babelesque, no doubt it has frozen most of the sheep herd into an unblinking corpse, so driven to stay alive at whatEVER cost, we will know the meaning of the word Medusa, and you can breathe again when Crappola News Nevermore gives the word. If you don't turn on the Scumbags now, then you, "friends", will be complicit, and several smugly don't give a titanium shite.

    RextrentRextrentMåned siden
  • You should do an update of this video because battery chemistry and production is rapidly changing

    Derek CraigDerek CraigMåned siden
  • How about fighting Climate Change by reducing our dependency on cars instead, aiming at completely eliminating them from our cities instead. This far reduces our future dependency on batteries.

    psantochipsantochiMåned siden
  • Even if they sold a large amount of vehicles, I bet they sold the lowest number of electric vehicles.

    Sachin ShahSachin Shah2 måneder siden
  • That was REALLY good!

    Johannes ZwillingJohannes Zwilling2 måneder siden
  • Keep in mind, this is the same guy who made a video sponsored by Shell extolling the virtues of hydrogen fuel cell cars over BEVs. Yeah.

    Lars PallesenLars Pallesen2 måneder siden
  • WOW... your presentation, video editing and GOOD information research are amazing

    Jando はんどJando はんど2 måneder siden
  • Good video.

    Hellscream GamesHellscream Games2 måneder siden
  • Welcome to doomsday third world countries.

    Papper JuicePapper Juice2 måneder siden
  • Everybody is talking about EV's but nobody is talking about the mess and contamination the lithium batteries are going to cause to the planet, oceans and water we drink when they stop working. Please make a video about it.

    StrongTheGonerStrongTheGoner2 måneder siden
  • What's wrong with Congolese mining? These people are doing a job and would not have one if not for global demand. What they do to each other for the cobalt is their problem not yours.

    Baron VillanuevaBaron Villanueva2 måneder siden
  • You are continually saying, "al u mini um" 😝 The pronunciation is really "a lum in um" 😉

    ChristianChristian2 måneder siden
  • Excellent video, but you have the Volt and Bolt confused.

    Matthew HardyMatthew Hardy2 måneder siden
  • Great video! I almost understand this now. Thanks.

    Meth BreakfastMeth Breakfast2 måneder siden
  • I don’t want to take hours to change. When a gas one takes about 3 minutes

    David WoodDavid Wood2 måneder siden
    • Me too. I am more interested in buying a hydrogen fuel cell car (Toyota already makes one, but only sold in CA) in future, prices will come down when infrastructure is up, or perhaps a gas car that runs of a high tech biofuel. I use to use biodiesel in my diesel truck until I found out it came from palm oil & caused deforestation. Making biodiesel out of algae is less environmentally impactful.

      Seven CostanzaSeven Costanza2 måneder siden
  • It's quality not quantity when it comes to the year2020 and onwards

    Pancho WheelerPancho Wheeler2 måneder siden
  • In order to go green, human still needs to sacrifice the environment.

    TajulTajul2 måneder siden
  • sorry, I am not quite sure about the cathode is a positively charged electrode, I guess it should be a negatively charged electrode. Please let me know if I am incorrect.

    Brian ChanBrian Chan2 måneder siden
  • I believe that tesla doesn't need more than 5-20 years worth of lithium because by then hydrogen batteries will have become efficient enough to produce to replace lithium but this is just an educated guess for what'll happen

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  • The idea Electric vehicles are good for the environment has been broadly accepted by many people. This is why many people decide to buy an EV. The following article argues they are not. brucewilds.blogspot.com/2021/01/are-evs-good-for-environment-mostly-not.html

    Bruce WildsBruce Wilds2 måneder siden
  • awesome video~~

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  • How much co2 to make batteries, recycle batteries, and replace them ? How often do they have to be replaced? 🧐🧐🧐😎🇺🇲

    Timothy FarnhamTimothy Farnham2 måneder siden
  • Eu steel industry are in danger too bcs of ban

    Maintenance BoyMaintenance Boy2 måneder siden
  • What an amazing report. Thank you!

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  • Hey Thank you for the well researched video. Please can you take a break between sentences. The flow of sentences is way too fast!

    Somewhere NearSomewhere Near2 måneder siden
  • Did you know that developing a whole ev's battery pack creates more co2 than a gasoline powered car emmits in its lifespan

    Cyrus Kye FrancisCyrus Kye Francis2 måneder siden
  • I got a solution! For the privilege of owning an Electric vehicle, you have to mine your own cobalt and nickel for storage, and produce your own charge source. Obviously rapid growth should never be plan A. Rapid growth is what started this mess. Crazy baby makers like some kind of dirty magic show, @Sheldon Cooper, BBT

    Green NightsGreen Nights2 måneder siden
  • Love to watch Real Engineering at 3 AM

    Alexander KourtevAlexander Kourtev2 måneder siden
  • The reality is the world cannot produce enough car batteries to support a mass EV market. Even if we could, the environmental destruction and polution would be the prohibiting factors. EVs are great as a niche product, it cannot be for the mass.

    Eugene LEugene L2 måneder siden
  • This problem with the supply of these materials are one of the reasons why Elon wanted to go to Mars

    Christopher CabasagChristopher Cabasag2 måneder siden
  • So you can call it a Nikle'ola Tesla battery?

    kairon156kairon1562 måneder siden
  • tesla does not have enough batteries because they did not use brilliant

    Simba WuSimba Wu2 måneder siden
  • So they probably were a bit premature in deliberately killing the oil and gas industry unless one assumes that part of the plan is to remove private transportation option from the majority of us. Poor DRC. They find a way to feed themselves and even that is removed from them by wealthy handwringing lawyers. They just can’t cut a break can they?

    Robin WellsRobin Wells3 måneder siden
  • Battery is a big problem... The future is hydrogen

    Suleman MughalSuleman Mughal3 måneder siden
  • There is study into more suitable battery products for stationary batteries because lithium doesn't like heat also there's no need to be light.

    Paul FerrisPaul Ferris3 måneder siden
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