Is there lithium for so much battery?

The white gold fever is here to stay. The irruption of electric cars has turned lithium into the precious mineral of the moment and started a race against the clock between countries and companies for this natural resource. Lithium is the new gasoline and leads the market for batteries for…

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The next ‘Prestige’ will be electric

The European Parliament debates the approval of fishing with electrodes, which causes discards of between 50% and 70% of the catches, compared to 6% of traditional fishing. Because there is already electric fishing despite the fact that in almost all The world is recognized as a destructive technique and have…

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The next ‘Prestige’ will be electric

The European Parliament debates the approval of fishing with electrodes, which causes discards of between 50% and 70% of the catches, compared to 6% of traditional fishing. Because there is already electric fishing despite the fact that in almost all The world is recognized as a destructive technique and have…

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Why are we poorer? Energy eats the purchasing power of households

Today the average Spaniard has less purchasing power than before the crisis. Put more directly: we are poorer. At least with regard to your energy bill, an inevitable expense on a good of first necessity. Spanish families have to scratch their pockets a lot more now to pay their electricity…

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Legislators at the service of the electrical system

European directives, laws, royal decrees. The complexity of the rules that determine the operation of the electrical system is one of the walls that prevent understanding why in Spain customers pay one of the most expensive electricity bills in Europe. This legal muddle also allows some 2-level revolving doors to…

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Legislators at the service of the electrical system

European directives, laws, royal decrees. The complexity of the rules that determine the operation of the electrical system is one of the walls that prevent understanding why in Spain customers pay one of the most expensive electricity bills in Europe. This legal muddle also allows some 2-level revolving doors to…

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Grandpa plays the guitar

Today the old group of the grandfather has come together and they are going to give a concert for the family … The strange thing has been that when the yayo has taken the guitar to go on stage he has whispered a: ‘get ready bitch’ … It seems to…

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Electricians always win

In the energy market in Spain, everything is trick and lie, except for a single truth that remains unchanged: electric companies always win. There is no market because there is no free competition and the suppliers share the exploitation of the client-hostage in an oligopoly regime. There is no public…

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