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Why are most electric vehicles still unprofitable?

DIGITAL JOURNAL - The growth in electric cars has not been as great as some market analysts have predicted. A new study shows that prices have been cut but demand has yet to compensate for the price reduction.

Carbon fibre reinforced plastics worth $64bn by 2030

COMPOSITES IN MANUFACTURING - Carbon fibre reinforced polymers (CFRPs) are a critical class of performance materials, but disruptions from COVID-19 have made the future of the industry uncertain.


AU MANUFACTURING - A new report has significantly downgraded expansion in the market for carbon fibre-reinforced polymers versus 2017 predictions, with the biggest change in the aerospace sector.

Carbon fiber reinforced plastics market set to grow to $64 billion by 2030

ROBOTICS & AUTOMATION NEWS - In a new report, The Future of Carbon Fiber Composites, Lux outlines major challenges and opportunities carbon fibers and CFRPs face and how standardization and recycling are enabling the CFRP market to grow to a $64 billion industry by 2030.

Lux Research forecast: Carbon fibre reinforced plastics market will grow to $64bn by 2030

THE WORLD NEWS MONITOR - Carbon fibre reinforced polymers (CFRPs) are a critical class of performance materials, but disruptions from Covid-19 have made the future of the industry uncertain.

Report Analyzes How Global Megatrends Will Transform the Chemical Industry

PCI MAG - Climate change, sustainability and digital transformation will drive massive change for future chemicals companies. Over the next 20 years, the chemicals and materials industries will face fundamental changes, forcing them to adopt new skills and develop new goals.

Look: Downward slide for electric car battery prices

GULF NEWS - Comparative battery prices over the last decade. Note the sudden price drop for GM batteries because of the shift to pouch nickel metal cobalt composition. Note, also Tesla's ability to remain less expensive than Chinese BYD cells.

Antimicrobial Materials Play Offense

PLASTICS TODAY - COVID-19 will be a catalyst for antimicrobial research, and that interest will spike even further before the end of the year, according to a report from Lux Research. Here are some companies that are ahead of the curve.

Essential Science: Can antimicrobial coatings kill coronavirus?

DIGITAL JOURNAL - The antimicrobial properties of metals have been known about for thousands of years, and the use of copper and silver have been commonplace as part of hospital infection control strategies. Can specific surfaces help tackle coronavirus?

A Cleantech Energy Solution Thriving in a COVID World

STOCKHOUSE - A report released this past summer by Lux Research determined that, despite COVID’s dramatic consequences on the global economy, an energy transition is predicted to be accelerated by several years.