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Lithium Energy validates exceptional quality of spherical purified graphite

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Lithium Energy Ltd (ASX:LEL) general manager of projects Graham Fyfe sits down with Proactives Jonathan Jackson to discuss noteworthy advancements at Burke Graphite Project in northwest Queensland, with "excellent" battery electrochemical test results. The spherical purified graphite (SPG) produced from this project has undergone extensive electrochemical battery testing overseen by ProGraphite, providing significant validation of its exceptional quality.

According to the company, the Burke Graphite's outstanding electrochemical performance positions it as a highly valued battery anode material (BAM) for use in lithium-ion batteries. Lithium-ion battery cells incorporating uncoated spherical purified graphite (SPG), purified to an impressive 99.97% Total Graphitic Carbon (TGC), exhibit notable suitability as anode material for these batteries.

Fyfe explains how testing results are the final piece of the 'BAM puzzle' that confirms Burke Graphite as an exceptional material for use in Li-ion batteries. He also touches on how the company is optimising the BAM development pathway and how far pilot plant plans are away from becoming a reality.

The company's executive chairman William Johnson said: "The company will now focus on optimising the BAM development pathway and implementing a process to produce marketable quantities of SPG that will be used to secure offtake agreements. This includes continuing its plans to install and operate an SPG Pilot Plant in Queensland.

"We are now entering a very exciting phase of the development of our vertically integrated Australian based BAM business."

Contact Details

Proactive Investors

Jonathan Jackson

+61 413 713 744

[email protected]

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