One of the world’s largest scandium deposits found in Queensland

A north Queensland mining company has discovered one of the world’s largest deposits of the rare earth, scandium.

Scandium is used to make solid oxide fuel cells, which are used generating electricity from natural gas and renewable fuels.

This discovery has been made at a former nickel mine at Greenvale, just out of Townsville — via redwolf.newsvine.com

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