Solid-state batteries are used in electric cars, and the money is part of the first tranche of a total £246-million investment from the UK government.
What happened in the lithium market this year? Here’s a look at the major lithium trends of 2017, from megafactory announcements to offtake agreements.
Tesla’s Model 3 went into production in August, but the company missed delivery targets by a wide margin. Improvements are expected soon.
Simon Moores, managing director of Benchmark Mineral Intelligence, shares his thoughts on the lithium market in this interview from Cathodes 2017.
LG Chem plans to open Europe’s biggest lithium-ion battery factory next year to supply electric car manufacturers in the region.
The German automaker is looking to secure cobalt supply deals by the end of the year as it prepares to meet increasing demand for electric cars.
The electric bus traveled 1,101.2 miles this month with 660 kWh of energy storage capacity. It was powered by a new lithium-ion battery cell.
In this interview with Peter Epstein, lithium expert Joe Lowry talks about stocks and current supply and demand dynamics.
At this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, several automakers promised their fleets will offer electric options for every model by no later than 2025.
China, the world’s largest car market, has signaled that it could ban the sale of all petrol and diesel cars “in the near future.”
The Renault-Nissan Alliance plans to join forces with carmaker Dongfeng Motor to make electric vehicles in China. A mini SUV will be produced by 2019.
Lithium processors are positioning themselves to meet growing demand for battery-grade lithium compounds in the wake of the electric car revolution.