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Metal-free, organic and degradeable on command - Batteries of the Future


One big part of sustainable energy that is often overlooked, is that we also need sustainable ways to store said energy. Current batteries contain significant amounts of cobalt, which is often mined using child labor in dangerous working environments.

Rare Earth vs Common Knowledge


A “rare earth” (rare earth element to be more precise) is one of seventeen metallic elements. These elements include the fifteen lanthanides, scandium, and yttrium. If you have no idea what those are, a look on the periodic table might do the trick. The rare earths are an essential part of many electronic devices, but to understand why they are so important, we have to dig a bit deeper.

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A supply chain is only as strong as its weakest link

Supply Chain Risk Management - It sounds like a compilation of business buzzwords, but it’s now more important than ever. Is that really true?

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I do not want to make you mine

How can we satisfy the growing need of consumers for electronics, when we run out of resources?

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Welcome to our new Blog

We at GreenChips are very excited to introduce our new Corporate Blog. Before we start with articles and other interesting posts, we want to let you know what we have in store for you.

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