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    Default DOE dumps Palladium off critical metals list!!

    "...Platinum group metals used in hydrogen electrolyzers, such as platinum (Pr) and iridium (Ir), are critical
    due to an increased focus on hydrogen technologies to achieve net-zero carbon emissions, whereas those
    used in catalytic converters, such as rhodium (Rh) and palladium (Pd), were screened out due to the
    decreased importance of catalytic converters in the medium term...."

    take this news with a grain of salt...the DOE mis-spelt the abbreviation for Platinum in the reports "executive summary". Numb-skulls!!

    https://www.energy.gov/sites/default...t_07312023.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freedom View Post
    "...Platinum group metals used in hydrogen electrolyzers, such as platinum (Pr) and iridium (Ir), are critical
    due to an increased focus on hydrogen technologies to achieve net-zero carbon emissions, whereas those
    used in catalytic converters, such as rhodium (Rh) and palladium (Pd), were screened out due to the
    decreased importance of catalytic converters in the medium term...."

    take this news with a grain of salt...the DOE mis-spelt the abbreviation for Platinum in the reports "executive summary". Numb-skulls!!

    https://www.energy.gov/sites/default...t_07312023.pdf
    i caught that too. numbskulls is right. dumbing down of America.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxwellsilverhammer View Post
    i caught that too. numbskulls is right. dumbing down of America.
    prolly hot dog finger typing it. the 'r' and 't' are quite close on the keyboard.

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    Default well now that it is off their list

    it might be time to put it on mine.....at the ready for a bigs pike down...

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