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The Boardwalk lithium brine project – fuelling the future of clean energy

Robert Shewchuk, LithiumBank’s Chairman and CEO, showcases the company’s flagship lithium brine project – Boardwalk. As countries across the globe strive to transition to clean...

Sudbury’s critical minerals expertise can drive Canada’s electric vehicle industry

Learn how Sudbury’s abundance of critical minerals, mining expertise, and manufacturing prowess can take advantage of the upcoming EV supply.

Demand for lithium: Is Nevada’s modern mining industry the answer?

Tyre Gray, President of the Nevada Mining Association, discusses Nevada’s role as a domestic lithium source for the US. Green energy has been a crucial...

The Australian lithium industry and the global battery supply chain

Curtin University’s Professor Jacques Eksteen explores the Australian lithium industry and its role in the global battery supply chain. Lithium is most commonly used for...

KMX: Achieving sustainable lithium concentration

KMX Technologies is leading the market with its sustainable and economical lithium concentration technology. KMX Technologies is using its powerful, cross-cutting technology to enhance lithium...

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Highland Copper: Innovative mining technologies for green energy

Highland Copper integrate innovative mining technologies for two promising underground copper mines in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Highland Copper...

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Sustainably produced critical minerals for clean technology through innovative extraction technologies

Avalon Advanced Materials Inc. (AVL:TSX) is a leader in developing new North American sources of critical minerals for clean...

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Hatch to design, test and manage all DLE programmes for LithiumBank

LithiumBank Resources brings on engineering firm Hatch to work directly on the Boardwalk Lithium Brine Project with two direct lithium extraction (DLE) technology companies. LithiumBank...

Altona Rare Earths to list their rare earth acquisition company on the LSE

Rare earth acquisition company, Altona Rare Earths, announces they are to list on the LSE main market for listed securities. Altona Rare Earths plc (Altona),...

Scientists investigate lithium-ion batteries’ reliance on rare metals

Scientists from Tohoku University (TU) demonstrate a method that could diminish industrial reliance on rare metals in the production of lithium-ion batteries. How can industrial...

Creating efficient and high-speed spintronic devices

A research team has successfully created efficient and high-speed spintronic devices to look at spin dynamics inside rare earth materials, using a tabletop ultrafast...

International Lithium Association welcomes 12 new members since 2022

The International Lithium Association (ILiA), global representative of the lithium value chain, welcomes 12 new Associate Members since the start of 2022. International Lithium Association...

Argentina Lithium uncovers positive lithium results in initial drilling at Rincon West

Argentina Lithium has revealed the findings of its first exploration diamond drill hole at the Rincon West Project in Salta Province, Argentina, and records...

Galvanic’s Smackover prospect: Unearthing lithium resources

An independent evaluation of Galvanic Energy’s Smackover prospect reveals an estimation of approximately 4 million tons lithium carbonate equivalent, and testing demonstrates up to...

The Queen’s Mine: Securing the supply of crystalline vein graphite

RS Mines are proud to represent the Queen’s Mine – recognised as the world’s highest quality source of crystalline vein graphite. Trained as an engineer,...

Sri Lankan vein graphite: Exceeding ESG goals

Don Baxter, CEO at Ceylon Graphite Corp explains the benefits of Sri Lankan vein graphite and the company’s ongoing commitment to exceed ESG goals. Ceylon...

From high-grade Sri Lankan vein graphite mines to lithium-ion battery anodes

Don Baxter, CEO at Ceylon Graphite Corp, describes how the company will evolve into a stand-alone battery technology company through its access to the...

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Energy Metals

The growing push to reduce greenhouse gases and the burning of fossil fuels has increased the attention and demand for so called “energy metals”.

Energy metals can be defined as those which are key to the future generation, storage and use of electrical energy.

As the demand for electric vehicles and electrified modes of transport is set to increase, so will the demand for more efficient methods of energy storage, and with it, the demand for sustainable energy metal sources.