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Peak Resources main minerals neodymium (Nd) and praseodymium (Pr) are the core ingredients for manufacturing permanent magnets (NdFeB magnets), which are used in high-efficiency electric-motors and generators enabling low carbon technologies, like wind energy, E-mobility and many others. The demand for NdPr is expected to grow rapidly as one of the core enablers for the upcoming new technology chapter.
Peak Resources production basket is in line with the highest value and growth market. NdPr accounts for 80% of Peak Resources’ revenue and represents the main focus of the marketing sales and business development strategy. With its unique Ngualla deposit in Tanzania, Peak Resources is perfectly positioned to become a sustainable and long term supplier to meet increased global demand.
NdPr drives almost
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NdPr generates clean Energy
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