Barry FitzGerald: Two cashed up juniors ready to ride the uranium boom

Barry FitzGerald: Two cashed up juniors ready to ride the uranium boom

‘Garimpeiro’ columnist Barry FitzGerald has covered the resources industry for +35 years. share

Lots of talk again at the Diggers & Dealers bash in Kalgoorlie about the “green” metals needed in the global decarbonisation effort.

Metals that used to be just metals – like nickel, cobalt, manganese, lithium, copper and so on – are now promoted as critical to decarbonisation.

Fair enough, remakes of an industry as big as the auto industry using lithium-ion batteries only come along once in a century or so. And then there is growth for the battery metals that is stepping up in a big way for the storage of renewable energy.But if the world is fair dinkum about tackling climate change, it is carbon emissions free uranium-fuelled nuclear power that stands ready to be a big part of the solution.The reasons behind nuclear power’s renaissance and what it means for the uranium market has been […]

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