Global-Tech Green Energy & Minerals Limited Announce Projected Increase in Production of 25% by 2030
Global-Tech Green Energy and Minerals Limited have announced a projected increase in their overall lithium production by 25% by 2030.
The increase in production will be primarily gained by the company opening 3 more projects in Bolivia and with increased production coming from 2 of their Argentinian projects.
Global-Tech are at the forefront of mining lithium ethically and as a consequence are already in discussions with several of the world's largest electric vehicle, (EV), manufacturers to assist with battery technology, starting at the source of the process, the mining of the raw materials necessary.
It is Global-Tech's intention to supply at least 30% of the lithium needed for global EV battery cells by 2030 which would firmly establish the company as one of the world's premier lithium mining companies.
Mr. Gary Westley, Chief Financial Director at Global-Tech Green Energy and Minerals Limited commented, "It has always been our intention to increase our company's presence within the lithium mining sector. The extra licenses now granted to us in Bolivia and the increased production from our Argentinian projects has created the perfect conditions for us to achieve our goals and objectives."
"We believe our ethical mining processes and the technological advancements in our extraction we offer our customers will ensure we are continued to be looked upon as the go to supplier for their lithium needs. We are extremely excited to be at the forefront of the electric vehicle revolution and our aim is to increase upon our existing presence within it," Mr. Gary Westley added.
Anyone wishing to obtain further information and news releases are advised to contact Mr. Rick Newstead, Investor Relations Director at Global-Tech via Email to [email protected]