Venus Minerals is taking advantage of the growing demand for copper driven by the technical revolution.

Copper is at the core of the technological revolution and the quest to tackle climate change because it possesses the best thermal- and electrical-conductive properties of any commercial metal. Copper is known to possess properties that significantly reduce the survival times of coronaviruses on its surface. There are more than 400 copper alloys in use today to suit numerous applications and processes.

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Approximately 60% of the copper produced today is used in the production of renewable energy, such as solar, wind, hydro and thermal power. It is playing a key role in the electrification of transportation, and is essential to the development of home domestic electrical systems.

The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the antimicrobial properties of copper, which is likely to see increased demand for the metal across a range of healthcare settings

Copper is also the most used element in the telecommunications industry.

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