Tin is used in the electrical industry, but also in the transportation sector; the same applies to copper.

Copper is used in cars, trains and even airplanes. Its high electrical conductivity and its specific properties are responsible for this. Only silver has a higher conductivity. Tin can be found in the electromobility sector, in hybrid vehicles, it is present in busbars and connectors. The electronic parts in vehicles are becoming more and more numerous and copper cables make up around one kilometer in length in a mid-range car. A few decades ago, around 45 meters of copper cable was sufficient. A conventional vehicle contains around 25 kilograms of copper; an electric or hybrid vehicle contains significantly more, around 40 kilograms. The Airbus 380, the world’s largest passenger aircraft, contains around 550 kilometers of cables and wires.

Most tin is used in solders. Indonesia is an important country of origin. And there are supply concerns there. A tin deficit of around 1,000 tons is generally expected for 2024. Lower supply and rising demand are the factors that could make tin and copper significantly more expensive over the next few years. Renewable energies are devouring more and more copper, similar to tin. Demand for tin is forecast to double by 2030 in many cases, as electric vehicles and solar panels consume tin. Without tin, there are no semiconductors. If you want to bet on copper, you could do so with Aurania Resources. Tin One Resources is one of the solid candidates for tin.

Tin One Resources‘https://www.commodity-tv.com/ondemand/companies/profil/tinone-resources-inc/ – portfolio includes promising tin projects in Tasmania and New South Wales.

Aurania Resourceshttps://www.commodity-tv.com/ondemand/companies/profil/aurania-resources-ltd/ – can score with copper and gold at its The Lost Cities project in the Andes in Ecuador.

Current company information and press releases from Aurania Resources (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/aurania-resources-ltd/ -).

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