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Lithium Australia looks to create batteries of the future

2 Dec 2021 Proactive Investors | By Ky Chow

Lithium Australia talks COP26 climate conference and impact on battery metals

18 Nov 2021 Proactive Investors | By Andrew Scott

Lithium Australia providing ‘the only direct exposure to lithium ferro phosphate on the ASX’

4 Nov 2021 Proactive Investors | By Andrew Scott

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Lithium Australia ‘a global leader in LFP technology’

28 Oct 2021 Proactive Investors | By Andrew Scott

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Lithium Australia’s Adrian Griffin highlights battery collection deal with Bunnings

21 Oct 2021 Proactive Investors | By Andrew Scott

Lithium Australia talks growth of battery production and supply challenges
30 Sep 2021 Proactive Investors | By Andrew Scott

Lithium Australia’s Adrian Griffin talks big trends in the battery industry
23 Sep 2021 Proactive Investors | By Andrew Scott

Lithium Australia powers ahead with cobalt- and nickel-free lithium-ion battery dream
16 Sep 2021 Proactive Investors | By Andrew Scott

Lithium Australia outlines its solutions to energy density, sustainability and safety
06 September 2021 – Proactive Investors | By Andrew Scott

Lithium Australia talks battery recycling and its growing IP portfolio
19 August 2021 – Proactive Investors | By Andrew Scott

Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT, OTC:LMMFF, FRA:3MW)’s Adrian Griffin speaks to Proactive’s Andrew Scott soon after announcing its 90%-owned subsidiary Envirostream Australia Pty Ltd had filed two International Patent Applications with the Australia Patent office. Submitted under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), the applications relate to Envirostream Australia’s selective separation of metal values from recycled lithium-ion batteries and recovery of electrode materials.


Lithium Australia on Biden’s battery blueprint and EV targets
12 August 2021 – Proactive Investors | By Andrew Scott

Lithium Australia’s Adrian Griffin talks the recent rise in the battery material markets and what’s driving it. He also discusses The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and its impact on battery materials as well as the Biden Executive Order on EV targets.


Lithium Australia says patent grant for nickel and cobalt-free cathode powders is pivotal moment
04 August 2021 – Proactive Investors | By Andrew Scott


6PR

Lithium Australia: Lithium is back and this company is knee-deep in every part of the industry
15 June 2021 – 6PR, Bulls N’ Bears with Matt Birney


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.


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The West Australian

Lithium Australia carving out niche position in EV market
20 September 2021 – The West Australian | By Matt Birney

Lithium battery-driven cars. Credit: Puneeth

ASX-listed Lithium Australia is seeking to carve out a niche position as one of the only providers of nickel-free and cobalt-free cathode materials outside of China. The company says the reliance on China for the materials is of “great concern” and its wholly owned subsidiary is well positioned to establish a strategic stake in the lithium-ion battery market.

Lithium Australia says a report on the future use of electric vehicles powered by lithium iron phosphate-type lithium-ion batteries, which was released by Tesla and Chinese manufacturing company BYD, highlighted why the demand for cobalt-free and nickel-free lithium-ion batteries has been surging.

The Perth-based company explains lithium iron or ferro phosphate-type lithium-ion batteries without cobalt and nickel in them require 20 per cent less lithium per unit of stored energy when compared with their more common cobalt and nickel-based competitors.

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Australian Resources & Investment

Lithium-ion batteries – back to the future
June 9, 2021 | Adrian Griffin | Australian Resources & Investment

The ground-breaking work of the 2019 joint Nobel Prize winners – Goodenough, Whittingham and Yoshino – paved the way for the first commercial lithium-ion battery (LIB).

Commercial development began with the founding of Sony-Eveready in 1975. In February 1990, Sony unveiled the camcorder, which was released to the public in September of that year, along with mobile phones supported by lithium cobalt oxide (LCO) cells.

Since then, the LIB, which in those days was created largely for recreational applications, has morphed, chemically and physically, into an enabler of energy storage on a mighty scale and the global champion for portable power.

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