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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...

Canadian firms solidify plans for lithium refinery project in northern Ontario

Rock Tech Lithium Inc. and BMI Group have concluded arrangements to transform a former paper mill in northern Ontario into a lithium refinery, following...

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s environmental crusade: Standing against corporate exploitation

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, ordinary citizens are rallying together to combat industrial projects that threaten their environment. This grassroots movement, gaining momentum across the...

Transforming resource management: Cornwall’s UNRMS journey

Cornwall, United Kingdom, is pioneering a groundbreaking approach to resource management for critical raw materials projects. By adopting the United Nations Resource Management System...

Concerns mount over Rio Tinto’s persistent investments in ‘Jadar’ lithium project despite cancellation

Representatives from the March from the Drina movement and the "Đorđević" law office have disclosed that Rio Sava, a subsidiary of Rio Tinto in...

Lithium battery makers in Europe: Localizing production and navigating geopolitical challenges

European lithium battery manufacturers are intensifying efforts to localize production, align with EU regulatory objectives, and safeguard their supply chains from geopolitical turbulence. Marcus...

Mitsui & Co. partners with Atlas Lithium: Advancing battery industry amid global energy transition

Mitsui & Co., Ltd. has finalized an investment deal with Atlas Lithium Corporation. Mitsui will subscribe to a USD30 million third-party allocation of new...

Advancements in European Metals Holdings’ Cinovec project in Czech Republic

European Metals Holdings provided an update on the progress of the Cinovec Project in the Czech Republic, owned by its subsidiary Geomet, focusing on...
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