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Stellantis orders Hell's Kitchen lithium

Joins growing line craving low-carbon lithium served up by CTR Metal Tech News - June 2, 2022


Last updated 7/1/2022 at 9:22am

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

Controlled Thermal Resources Ltd.

Controlled Thermal Resources' Hell's Kitchen project has the potential to produce up to 1,100 megawatts of renewable electricity and 300,000 metric tons of near-zero-carbon lithium from the geothermal resource found there per year.

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 th...

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