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Nano One’s cathode materials are inventing the zero-emission battery future

Every once in a while, something that you have been working on, seemingly forever, starts to come together and that […]


The Dean’s List – Part 3: What graphite company could benefit from Canada’s commitment to critical minerals?

Part 3: Northern Graphite Corporation It’s time for another installment in our series that looks at Canadian companies in the […]


American OEM automotive industry’s big problem with lithium

… and why Elon Musk is wrong.   There isn’t enough lithium mined, and there can never be enough lithium […]


NEO Battery Materials’ next generation EV battery is the focus of its new Korean R&D hub

I’m going to make a bold prediction. The electric vehicles we see on the road today will be virtually obsolete […]


NEO Battery Materials fast tracks their silicon anode EV battery material plant in Korea

NEO Battery Materials Ltd. (TSXV: NBM | OTCQB: NBMFF) (“NEO”) is advancing at full speed with their recent announcement that […]


Quebec, Canada set to become a critical battery materials’ production hub

Imperial Mining’s world-class Crater Lake Scandium-Rare Earth Project in Quebec will soon complete a PEA There have been some great […]


Is there going to be a North American lithium “rush”?

General Motors has now announced that in partnership with Korea’s POSCO Chemicals they would construct a lithium-ion battery cathode active […]


Northern Graphite moves to become a North American producer

Did you know that ‘graphite’ is on the list of 35 U.S critical minerals? It is because graphite is important […]


Will Technology Metals’ Supply Meet the Demand for EVs?

Since market economics’ common sense was codified by Adam Smith in the 18th century, people have been aware of the […]


Investors in Technology Metals for EVs, Be Very Careful What You Wish For in 2022

The one-dimensional talking heads (aka, the elected officials, lifetime appointed bureaucrats, and academic “advisors” who make their decisions based upon […]