Germany’s ACI Systems Alemania (ACISA) has officially sealed a deal with Bolivian state enterprise Yacimientos de Litio Bolivianos (YLB) to cooperate on the extraction and industrialisation of lithium from Salar de Uyuni, southwest Bolivia.
UK-based battery tech company Moixa will launch its biggest lithium-ion phosphate ‘smart battery’ this week targeting the home energy storage market.
The European Union is pledging to throw additional cash at projects that support plans for an EU-wide battery cell manufacturing industry to compete with Asia.
LithiumOre is to form a new division to develop a method of extracting battery-grade lithium from brine.
US-based power company Duke Energy has outlined plans to invest US$500 million to build around 300 megawatts of battery storage in their home state and its southern sister over the next 15 years.
What’s going on at JCI? Speculation has been rife for several months that the firm’s batteries business, Power Solutions, could be coming up for sale.
The potential for cost-effective battery storage projects in the US state of Nevada could range from 700 megawatts to more than 1,000MW by 2030, according to a new economic study.
Hammond Group chief Terry Murphy, has joined the board of Battery Council International (BCI).
South Korean energy and chemical company SK Innovation (SKI) is reportedly considering building an electric vehicle battery plant in the US, but is staying tight-lipped on details.
The developer of the Czech Republic’s Cinovec lithium deposit has been given the green light to launch drilling as part of a definitive feasibility study (DFS) for the project.