Category: Materials

British Lithium files two more patents

British Lithium has filed two more patents as it continues to ramp up activity for the next stage of its operational development. After five years of extensive research into the most sustainable and economic process for recovering lithium from the unconventional lithium mica granites found across northern Europe, British Lithium has been producing 99.9% pure…
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8th November 2022 0

Eurobattery Minerals: Almost 40% increase in the contained metals in the Finnish Hautalampi Ni-Co-Cu mine project

Stockholm, 29 September 2022 – The mining company Eurobattery Minerals AB (Nordic Growth Market: BAT and Börse Stuttgart: EBM; in short: “EBM”, “Eurobattery” or “the Company”) today announces that it has received an updated resource estimate on the Hautalampi project. The independent JORC-compliant estimate prepared by AFRY Finland Oy concludes that compared to previous analysis in…
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3rd October 2022 0

Honda and Hanwa Establish Strategic Partnership for Stable Procurement of Essential Metals

TOKYO, Japan, September 6, 2022 – Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (Honda) today announced that it has established a strategic partnership with Hanwa Co., Ltd. (Hanwa), a major Japan-based trading company, toward stable procurement of essential metals for batteries necessary for its electrified vehicles. To realize carbon neutrality for all of its products and corporate activities…
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7th September 2022 0

Umicore prepares to construct first-of-its-kind battery materials production plant in Canada

Umicore plans to construct a manufacturing facility for cathode active battery materials (CAM) and their precursor materials (pCAM) in Ontario, Canada. For Umicore this investment represents the final step in establishing a truly global production presence with battery material value chains that are regionally fully integrated to support its customers in their fast transformation towards…
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28th July 2022 0

Looming lithium supply shortage threatens electric vehicle production, says latest Advanced Propulsion Centre demand report

25% of vehicles manufactured in Europe predicted to have LFP batteries, reducing reliance on nickel A modest global lithium deficit is likely in 2025, significantly widening by 2030 Investment needed now to scale up lithium industry, as it takes years to build battery-grade capacity More can be done to reduce demand with effective use of…
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4th July 2022 0

Nano One Announces Closing of Rio Tinto Strategic Investment and Collaboration Agreement

Nano One® Materials Corp. (“Nano One” or the “Company”), a clean technology company with patented processes for the low-cost, low-environmental footprint production of high-performance cathode materials used in lithium-ion batteries , is pleased to announce closing of the strategic equity investment and collaboration with Rio Tinto, a leading global mining and metals group, announced on June…
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20th June 2022 0

New Licity® grade with improved properties optimized for anodes with a silicon content exceeding 20%

Anode binder Licity® 2698 X F enables higher capacity, increased number of charge/discharge cycles and reduced charging times Second-generation styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR) binder with excellent stress-strain properties and elasticity Highly suitable for SiOx and Si-rich anodes BASF has extended its series of Licity® anode binders for Li-ion battery manufacturing. The second-generation styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR) binder Licity® 2698 X…
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9th June 2022 0

Integrals Power announces significant performance improvement for LFP cathode material

IPL30 cathode material which is one variant of Integrals Power‘s LFP products, is solely based on LFP raw materials and avoids any additives. This product has achieved ~91% capacity retention at 5C, ~88% capacity retention at 10C, ~55% capacity retention at 20C and ~21% capacity retention at 30C discharge rate. IPL30 has proven its consistency and…
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3rd May 2022 0

Talga Group – Sweden’s material role in the green revolution

The green revolution is underway. Entire sectors are being electrified at an unprecedented rate, and no sector is changing as quickly as transport. This is heartening news for anyone concerned about climate change, because the transport sector is one of the biggest contributors to global warming. If we can replace fossil-fuelled vehicles with electric vehicles, we have taken a big step…
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26th April 2022 0