Copper in Renewable Energy

 

Increased energy efficiency and renewable energy play a key role in fighting the growing effects of climate change.

Copper is increasingly used for renewable energy systems that produce power from various sources such as wind, thermal, solar or hydro, as it has the highest electrical conductivity of all non-precious metals. Since copper can be recycled repeatedly without a loss in performance, it helps to minimize raw material consumption for energy systems that help protect the environment.

Overall, this calls for the highest efficiency in mineral operations which in turn minimizes social license challenges.

With our comprehensive mining solutions, we help customers drive the performance of their plants around the globe, increasing head grade, recovery and efficiency in mines, while meeting inhomogeneous global regulations.

As a renowned expert in sorting, on-belt weighing and monitoring, slurry sampling, on-line analysis, and density measurement, our Thermo Scientific™ instruments provide accurate live data that ensures reliable process control, automation and optimization of flotation plants.

We are committed to helping you improve your plant layout and ultimately maximize throughput, and recovery. Our experts and leading products, combined with a wide range of quality assurance solutions and educational resources enable you to maintain your focus where it should be — on driving efficiency and achieving environmental compliance in your copper plant.

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