Copper has skyrocketed 79% from February 2020 to February 2022… and many experts believe this is only the beginning of a massive bull run for this shiny metal.
Turns out, copper is a desperately needed mineral to power the green revolution of clean emission-free energy. And Joe Biden just gave copper and its investors a huge boost.
That’s because The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021are like a shopping list of copper-based projects backed by a $226 billion government gift card.
Biden has NO CHOICE but to throw hundreds of billions behind copper if he has any hope of delivering on the promise for a clean energy future.
No copper… No clean energy future!
Now, you may have heard that lithium is the secret ingredient to powering the green revolution. That may be true, but…
While many green gurus and EV big shots like Elon Musk have zeroed in on the need for more lithium to make the batteries needed to power the clean energy EV, one overlooked “green” commodity is quietly soaring.
And that’s copper. For all the talk of lithium, the simple truth is…
The transfer to electric vehicles will not be possible without tons of new sources of copper.
That’s because large amounts of copper are needed to build just one EV.
In one conventional gas-powered car, 18 to 49 pounds of copper are needed to build that one car depending on engine size.
But in just one EV a whopping 183 pounds of copper is needed to build one electric engine! That’s 4 to 10 times MORE copper.
With the soaring demand for EVs rising in the next decade, copper demand is also expected to explode.
EVs are expected to increase 14X by 2030 from the 1.8 million EVs on the road in 2010 to over 25 million EVs by 2030. That’s over 23 million new EVs in operation.
President Biden is helping out by ordering the entire federal fleet of vehicles (645,000 vehicles) to transition to EVs by 2035.
More and more car manufacturers, including GM and Volkswagen, Lexus, and Mercedes-Benz are pledging to sell only EVs by 2035. Even oil and gas giant, British Petroleum, predicts 100 million EVs on the world’s roads by 2035.
If that prediction holds up, that’s 8.1 million metric tons of new copper needed just to keep up with the unstoppable EV revolution.
But it’s not just EVs that require large amounts of copper. Electric transit buses too, are known as Zero Emission Bus (ZEB). These will need huge new sources of copper, and demand for ZEBs is skyrocketing too.
Right now in the U.S. alone, approximately 1,300 public ZEBs are cruising the streets. And that’s just 2% of public transit buses.
Now, the U.S. government is calling for all buses to be electric by 2035, including school buses. That’s 63,700 new ZEBs.
That’s why you should look into this exciting copper company I’m eager to share with you today. It’s called Alpha Copper (ALCUF) and it looks forward to aggressively exploring for copper in an area already known for its rich copper deposits.
While this soaring demand for EVs could be enough to potentially catapult copper prices into big double-and triple-digit increases, what most investors don’t know is…
Copper’s Mind-Boggling Demand Goes Far Beyond EVs
Unlike lithium, which focuses mainly on clean batteries, copper’s importance to the green revolution goes way beyond building EV engines. Copper plays an integral part in Protecting the Electric Grid to Secure the Nation
Nothing is more essential to American life than the electricity they use delivered through their nationwide electric grid. Electric power is distributed from power plants through a complicated network of more than 600,000 circuit miles of transmission lines right into homes.
Copper is needed in virtually all stages of electric infrastructure – generation, transportation, distribution, and consumption.
Forecasts for copper are strongly bullish!
Goldman Sachs forecasts $15,000 per ton for copper by 2025 – a 50% increase from current prices.
Bank of America boldly predicts copper prices hitting $20,000 per metric ton by 2025 due to the widening supply and demand deficits. That’s a doubling of today’s prices.
And David Neuhauser, founder and managing director of U.S. hedge fund Livermore Partners said, “I think copper, for the next five to 10 years, is going to look tremendous with the potential for $20,000 per metric ton.”
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