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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
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.
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
A proposed U$60 million Epanko Graphite Mine in Ulanga District of Morogoro Region will operate under strict global environmental standards christened, ‘Equator Principles.’
EcoGraf is building a vertically integrated graphite business positioned to support the global transition to clean energy and e-mobility
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.
(Roskill)Australian graphite explorer EcoGraf reported in June that it had signed an agreement to supply graphite products used in making batteries to a unit of German industrial conglomerate Thyssenkrupp.
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 […]
The proposed EcoGraf processing facility in Kwinana will produce high purity battery graphite, suitable for use in lithium-ion batteries. The video demonstrates how EcoGraf has the potential to be an integral part of the Western Australian Future Battery Industry Strategy and meet the growing demand for ethical renewable energy storage.
“as an aside, Kibaran distinguished itself from the pack earlier this week by unveiling plans for a US$23m graphite-processing plant at Kwinana in WA.