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  • Automakers move into lithium mining space

    Shane Lasley, Data Mine North|Updated Sep 13, 2022

    General Motors, Stellantis, and Tesla moving further up battery supply chain With the batteries powering the electric vehicle revolution demanding more lithium than miners can produce, the price of this lightest metal in the universe rocketed more than 1,000% over the span of two years. This has prompted automakers such as Tesla and General Motors to become more directly involved in the mining and refining of the lithium-ion battery namesake. "Price of lithium has gone to insa... Full story

  • Mud pots above geothermal lithium sources near Salton Sea in CA.

    Stellantis orders Hell's Kitchen lithium

    Shane Lasley, Metal Tech News|Updated Jul 12, 2022

    Another major automaker has gotten in line to purchase future supplies of low-carbon lithium that Controlled Thermal Resources Ltd. will be cooking up from geothermal brines at its Hell's Kitchen project in the Salton Sea area of Southern California. On June 2, Stellantis signed a binding offtake agreement with CTR for up to 25,000 metric tons of battery-grade lithium hydroxide per year for the batteries going into Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, and other electric vehicles it wil... Full story

  • Italvolt American Manganese lithium-ion recycling RecycLiCo Italy Canada

    Canada supports RecycLiCo pilot in Italy

    Shane Lasley, Metal Tech News|Updated Jul 12, 2022

    American Manganese Inc.'s efforts to develop a cathode recycling facility alongside Italvolt's lithium-ion battery gigafactory in Italy is being bolstered by advisory services and funding from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program. Earlier this year, American Manganese announced it had entered into an agreement to collaborate on the development of a facility that will utilize American Manganese's patented RecycLiCo process to recycle...

  • American Manganese RecycLiCo lithium-ion battery recycling cathode material

    Upcycling old cathodes for new batteries

    Shane Lasley, Metal Tech News|Updated Jul 10, 2022

    To steer away from using expensive and oft controversial cobalt, electric vehicle and lithium-ion battery manufacturers have brewed up new recipes with higher percentages of more abundant nickel and manganese for their newer generation cells. "Modern lithium-ion battery cathode chemistries have rapidly evolved to having less cobalt and more nickel or manganese materials, which does not reflect the cathode chemistries of older batteries approaching their end-of-life," said...

  • American Manganese RecycLiCo gigafactory Italvolt Motor Valley Italy EV factory

    RecycLiCo going into Italian gigafactory

    Shane Lasley, Metal Tech News|Updated Jul 10, 2022

    American Manganese Inc. has entered into a preliminary agreement to develop a lithium-ion battery cathode recycling facility alongside a battery gigafactory being developed in Italy by Italvolt. Founded and led by Lars Carlstrom, a pioneer industrialist in the automotive sector with more than 30 years of experience, Italvolt is advancing the development of a battery factory in Scarmagno, a northern Italian town about 65 miles west of Milan. The gigafactory is to be built at...

  • Statevolt's proposed lithium-ion battery factory near California's Salton Sea.

    SoCal EV battery gigafactory unveiled

    Shane Lasley, Metal Tech News|Updated Apr 26, 2022

    Lars Carlstrom, who has already founded two companies building lithium-ion battery gigafactories in Europe, has launched a third enterprise that plans to build a 54-gigawatt-hour battery facility in Southern California that will be supplied with geothermal power and lithium from Controlled Thermal Resources' Hell's Kitchen project in Imperial Valley. Carlstrom is a pioneering industrialist in the automotive sector who founded Britishvolt, which is developing a 30 GWh battery g... Full story

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