TECHNOLOGY

Propelling UG mining into tomorrow

Next-generation battery technologies have the potential to revolutionise the way underground mines operate and significantly slash costs. Carly Leonida looks at the current state of play

Carly Leonida
AVS launched a prototype of its all-electric 153 LHD at the beginning of 2016

AVS launched a prototype of its all-electric 153 LHD at the beginning of 2016

Ventilation currently represents around 50% of metal producers’ overall energy costs. Mines are looking to go deeper and still remain economic, while also eliminating fine diesel particulate matter from...

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A growing series of reports, each focused on a key discussion point for the mining sector, brought to you by the Mining Magazine Intelligence team.

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