and we’re disrupting lithium chemical processing to power it.
The energy revolution's arrived …
Projects > North America > Europe > Australia
North America • Electra, Mexico • MetalsTech, Canada
> Queensland • Cape York region
> Northern Territory • Bynoe
> South Australia • Kangaroo Island
Australia > Western Australia • Pilbara region • Goldfields region • Seabrook • Ravensthorpe • Greenbushes • Gascoyne • Lake Johnston • Colobark
Europe • Sadisdorf, Germany
Lithium Australia aspires to ‘close the loop’ on the energy-metal cycle. Its disruptive technologies are designed to furnish the lithium battery industry with ethical and sustainable supply solutions. Lithium Australia’s technology comprises the SiLeach® and LieNA® lithium extraction processes, along with superior cathode material production courtesy of VSPC Ltd (a wholly owned subsidiary of Lithium Australia) and enhanced recycling techniques for battery materials. By uniting resources and the best available technology, Lithium Australia seeks to establish a vertically integrated lithium processing business.
Lithium Australia NL‘s (ASX:LIT) (OTCMKTS:LMMFF) (FRA:3MW) CFO Stuart Tarrant speaks to Proactive following the news they’ve been admitted to the Global Battery Alliance (GBA), which aims to accelerate the deployment of batteries worldwide. Membership of the GBA will assist Lithium Australia in achieving its own ESG objectives, which are designed to ensure an ethical and sustainable supply of energy metals to the battery industry.
Conversion of lithium chemicals to superior lithium-ion battery cathode materials
Lithium Australia NL’s (ASX:LIT) (OTCMKTS:LMMFF) (FRA:3MW) Adrian Griffin tells Proactive its subsidiary VSPC Ltd has dispatched its lithium manganese ferro phosphate (LMFP) cathode power to potential customers after meeting industry performance and physical property specifications. LMFP is a lower-cost and safer cathode material for applications requiring higher-energy density batteries, including electric vehicles (‘EVs’) and large-scale stationary energy storage.
Lithium Australia NL‘s (ASX:LIT) (OTCMKTS:LMMFF) (FRA:3MW) Adrian Griffin updates following a busy week of news with major announcements within three of its business divisions. Today the company announced it’s progressed its joint venture with soon-to-be-listed Charger Metals with the latter exercising its option to acquire a 70% stake in three of LIT’s battery metals assets. They’ve also reported that its first-generation LieNA® lithium processing technology is set to be granted a patent from the European Patent Office.
Andrew Mackenzie, managing director of Lithium Australia NL‘s (ASX:LIT) (OTCMKTS:LMMFF) (FRA:3MW) subsidiary Envirostream answers questions around the risks associated with batteries and what regulations are currently in place to deal with them. He also outlines Envirostream’s solution on how the industry could supply the change needed to help manage the risks.
Lithium Australia NL‘s (ASX:LIT) Adrian Griffin discusses with Proactive how they’re ‘closing the loop’ on the energy-metal cycle. The company’s recently received a standard patent ‘Certificate of Grant’ from IP Australia for its SiLeach® extraction technology for low-energy recovery of lithium from micas – potentially a short-cut in the production of lithium-ion batteries.
Listen to ASX-listed Lithium Australia Managing Director, Adrian Griffin talk to Matt Birney on the Bulls N’ Bears Report about the company’s processing technology that just might turn uneconomic lithium deposits into profitable projects.