Will an EV-Filled World Pass The Sulfuric Acid Test?

Look at the periodic table, and think of the elements needed for a prosperous planet powered by renewable energy. Sulfur likely won’t be the first to come to mind.  

Will an EV-Filled World Pass The Sulfuric Acid Test?

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