Lithium Corporation is making headlines once again with the announcement of a new high grade discovery within its Rose Project. The latest news comes as the company continues to explore for possible sources of lithium to meet the growing demand of the battery industry.
Within the Rose Project located in the southeastern region of Nevada, Lithium Corporation is seeing promising grades of up to 5.62% Li2O, a critical element for many new energy technologies and applications. This discovery positions Lithium Corporation with the ability to provide yet another source of quality Lithium for the battery industry.
The discovery comes on the heels of the company’s recent development of a series of state-of-the-art extraction technologies and processes that have enabled them to efficiently and effectively produce lithium from various mineral sources. The new technologies have allowed them to quickly identify potential deposits and to gradually expand their prospects and extraction capabilities.
This latest discovery is not only an exciting find for Lithium Corporation, but also for the entire energy industry. Lithium-ion batteries are becoming increasingly in-demand, and a reliable, high grade supply of lithium is needed to meet these demands. As the company continues to explore and develop its extraction processes, they expect to uncover additional sources of valuable minerals.
Lithium Corporation’s CEO, Dr. Jason Schnell, commented, “The discovery of a new source of high grade lithium within the Rose Project in Nevada is an important milestone for the company. Our team has worked diligently to develop a unique set of technologies that enable us to extract these minerals quickly and effectively and, as a result, become the industry leader in the sourcing and production of quality lithium.”
The company’s revelation of a high grade source of lithium is an indication of a promising future for Lithium Corporation. With the ability to produce larger volumes of lithium from a reliable source, Lithium Corporation is well-positioned to make critical contributions to the development of the energy industry.