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Rock Tech’s lithium converter project in Germany faces setback in federal funding

Rock Tech, a lithium producer, has hit a roadblock in its plans to secure federal funding for its battery cell ecosystem project in Germany....

Germany looks to Australian lithium to reduce reliance on Chinese imports

German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock recently expressed Germany's interest in diversifying its lithium supply chain, aiming to lessen dependence on Chinese imports. Baerbock highlighted...

Ensuring raw material security: Challenges and strategies for Germany

Minerals and metals like lithium and copper are crucial, but rare earths such as scandium, cerium, promethium, terbium and thulium are equally essential. While...

Mitigating dependency: Germany’s drive for de-risking in China policy

The concept of de-risking in Germany's China policy highlights the need to reduce dependence on imports from China, but a recent study by the...

German steel association urges quick implementation of industrial policy for industrial hub restoration

According to the German steel association WV Stahl, Germany's return to its status as an industrial hub hinges on the rapid implementation of the...

Contemporary Amperex Technology reports strong Q1 profits on lower raw material costs, eyes break-even for German factory

Contemporary Amperex Technology (CATL) has disclosed a 7 percent increase in net profit for the first quarter compared to the previous year, credited to...

Navigating opportunities and challenges: Trends in the battery industry, Germany

The battery industry is advancing steadily, driven by the increasing electrification of vehicles and the expansion of renewable energy sources. This growth in global...

Vulcan Energy initiates local lithium production in Europe

Vulcan Energy's announcement marks a significant milestone for Europe's battery supply chain security. The commencement of lithium chloride production from a local resource in...

Northvolt AB initiates €5 billion battery plant construction in Northern Germany

Northvolt AB has embarked on the construction of a €5 billion ($5.4 billion) battery plant in northern Germany, marking a significant milestone in its...
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