Vulcan Energy, Renault sign five-year lithium supply deal

By IM Staff
Published: Monday, 02 August 2021

Australia-listed Vulcan Energy Resources and car manufacturer Renault have signed a five-year lithium offtake agreement, the two companies said on Monday August 2.

From 2026, Renault will purchase between 6,000 and 17,000 tonnes per year of battery-grade lithium hydroxide from Vulcan, the companies said.

The lithium hydroxide will come from Vulcan’s 'zero-carbon’ combined geothermal energy and lithium brine resource in Southern Germany...

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