Obviously, I wouldn’t ask the question is the answer was no. The graph here is from the NSIDC Greenland Surface Melt Extent Interactive Chart. I’ve selected the years with notable peaks. The blue line is 2022 and we see what we might called a record late peak pushing about a week past the peak in 2003 (purple). Greenland surface melt data is available on the NSIDC site; start by clicking data at the top.
What are the trends in lithium-ion batteries?
From the iea Global EV Outlook 2023 Trends in batteries: Automotive lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery demand …