EcoGraf in the Media
EcoGraf Limited (ASX:EGR) has received Major Project Status (MPS) approval from the Australian Government for its battery anode materials facility in Western Australia, the graphite company announced today. MPS recognises the significance of the project towards the Government’s Critical Minerals Strategy and Western Australia’s Future Battery Industry Strategy.
The Australian Government has approved major project status for EcoGraf’s (EGR) battery anode material facility in WA.
The EcoGraf share price is on the move today as investors appear excited about the company’s progress. In its announcement, EcoGraf advised that the Australian government has approved Major Project Status for the company’s battery anode material facility.
The timing could not be any neater for EcoGraf (ASX:EGR) to receive Major Project Status for its planned battery anode material facility in Western Australia just a day after the Federal Government unveiled its critical minerals roadmap.
- EcoGraf (EGR) has received promising results from a test run of its proprietary carbon purification process
- During a recent testwork program, carbon was recovered at more than 99.95 per cent purity
- The process aims to recover carbon anode material from production waste generated during the manufacture of lithium-ion batteries
- EcoGraf called the results “outstanding”, as the recovered carbon meets the purity levels required for re-use as battery-grade graphite
- EcoGraf is up 12.5 per cent and is trading at 45 cents per share
Now fully funded, EcoGraf inches closer to completing the construction of its commercial-scale battery anode material facility. EcoGraf Limited (ASX:EGR) has received firm commitments to raise $54.6 million via a share placement to investors at $0.06, the WA-based graphite company announced earlier today.
Ecograf (ASX:EGR) is now positioned to accelerate construction of its commercial scale battery anode material purification facility in Western Australia after raising $54.6m through a placement of shares priced at 60c each.
EcoGraf Limited (ASX:EGR) announced today that is partnering with GR Engineering Services Limited (ASX:GNG) to undertake works for the detailed engineering design of its new processing facility – a 20,000tpa battery graphite facility – in Western Australia.
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WA-based graphite company EcoGraf Limited (ASX:EGR) announced today that it has produced “outstanding results” from a recent testwork program for the manufacture of lithium-ion batteries from recovered carbon anode materials.
EcoGraf Limited, Australia and Germany, has had a positive start to the year as it progresses its Western Australia battery graphite facility to development, Themarketherald.com.au reports.
- EcoGraf (EGR) has had a positive start to the year as it progresses its WA battery graphite facility to development
- During the recent quarter, the company submitted detailed development reports and engineering study information to Export Finance Australia
- EcoGraf will now finalise arrangements for the detailed engineering design and procurement programs in preparation for the construction
- Notably, the new battery graphite facility will be the company’s first facility and the first established outside of China
- On the market this morning, EcoGraf is up 7.69 per cent and trading at 42 cents per share
In Australia, EcoGraf (ASX:EGR) signed a $US98m $137.2m agreement with the WA government to build the first spherical graphite processing facility outside China, with construction set to begin in mid-2021.
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Electric vehicle companies evade the ASX for now and there are only two pure-play battery tech firms in Lithium Australia (ASX:LIT) and EcoGraf (ASX:EGR) which haven’t seen Tesla-like growth yet.
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