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- 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
The Australian graphite company EcoGraf Ltd. ( ASX EGR ) is making great strides towards becoming the first battery graphite producer outside of China.The already great interest in the market, as Managing Director Andrew Spinks explained in an interview, is reinforced by the fact that the production process developed by EcoGraf is much more environmentally friendly than the method used in China.
Increasing interest in direct resource-related business relations (investments, offtake agreements, joint ventures) between Australia and Germany.
Rockingham is set to house a multi-million-dollar downstream processing facility supporting Western Australia’s growing battery minerals industry, with the signing of an agreement between DevelopmentWA and EcoGraf.
EcoGraf is pleased to report coverage from The Sydney Morning Herald that highlights the increased support from the Australian Government on securing alternative and resilient supply chains for critical minerals, including battery graphite, outside of China. EcoGraf’s battery anode materials facility located in Kwinana, Western will be the first manufacturing facility outside of China to provide a sustainable alternative to the global lithium-ion battery market.
EcoGraf is pleased to report coverage from The Age that highlights the increased support from the Australian Government on securing alternative and resilient supply chains for critical minerals, including battery graphite, outside of China. EcoGraf’s battery anode materials facility located in Kwinana, Western will be the first manufacturing facility outside of China to provide a sustainable alternative to the global lithium-ion battery market.
Article published by Nikkei Asian Review covered EcoGraf’s plant to process graphite a mineral vital to electric vehicle batteries with a purification process that does not use hydrofluoric acid, an expensive and environmentally hazardous material.
(The Market Herald) EcoGraf (EGR) has received electrochemical results for its preferred feed materials at its Kwinana graphite facility.
The electrochemical testwork was conducted to determine the electrochemical performance of each feed material and understand what would help increase the intelligence and performance of each product.
EcoGraf features in the Swiss broadcaster SRF’s business and economics program ‘ECO’, which covered WA’s emerging “Lithium Valley” which is reported to become a long-term provider of raw material for the Lithium-ion battery market. The […]
Australian graphite explorer EcoGraf Ltd said on Thursday it had signed an agreement to supply graphite products used in making batteries to a unit of German industrial conglomerate Thyssenkrupp AG, sending its shares more than […]
EcoGraf (EGR) has signed a non-binding sales deal with thyssenkrupp Materials Trading, a subsidiary of major German tech group thyssenkrupp AG. The 10-year agreement will see EcoGraf sell purified spherical graphite (SpG) battery anode material […]
HotCopper Corporate Spotlight Interview with EcoGraf MD Andrew Spinks & CFO Howard Rae