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ACME Lithium Shares Vision to Become Domestic Supplier of Lithium in North America
“As we grow this incredible business, we want to make sure that we advance our company and our projects in the spirit of partnership with commodity and technology companies from around the world," said ACME Lithium President and CEO Stephen Hanson.
Through its prospective lithium projects in the US and Canada, ACME Lithium is aiming to become a domestic supplier of lithium in light of government and industry initiatives to boost production in the region.
“What some people may not know is that most lithium is currently produced in only four countries — Chile, Argentina, Australia and China — and the rest of the world really has been behind when it comes to critical minerals. And the push really now is on, obviously, to reduce carbon emissions,” said Hanson.
“We've been behind in North America in developing these critical resources,” added Hanson. “The good news is that recognition is finally starting to take place at the federal level, the provincial level, the state level and even at the municipal level in a variety of stakeholders. The US government has been actively moving to ensure that we have domestic supply.”
According to Hanson, the Canadian government has also come out with its own strategy that outlines the need to make sure there is security for critical minerals in the country for the benefit of all Canadians.
“The good news is that there's a huge push at the federal, provincial and state level, and a massive amount of capital that's being invested in our sector. And so ACME Lithium's goal here, and vision when I founded the company, is to be a domestic supplier of lithium. As we grow this incredible business, we want to make sure that we advance our company and our projects in the spirit of partnership with commodity and technology companies from around the world.”
Following ACME's lithium brine discovery during its Phase 1 drill program, where lithium was detected from all brine samples at concentrations ranging between 38 and 130 milligrams per liter, the company has since launched a Phase 2 multi-hole drill program at its Clayton Valley Nevada lithium brine project.
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