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This is because they are present throughout the earth's crust on a vast scale, far exceeding human demand on all time scales.
Metal ores however, are only extracted in those areas where nature has concentrated the metal in the crust to a level whereby it is locally economic to extract.
These factors are commercializing renewable energy, enlarging the market and growing demand, the adoption of new products to replace obsolete technology and the conversion of existing infrastructure to a renewable standard. However, nearly all metal prices have been declining over time in inflation adjusted terms, because of a number of false assumptions in the above.
Firstly, metal resources are non-renewable, but on a world scale, largely inexhaustible.