Lithium Market News Directory

Bolivia and France Sign Letter of Intent to Collaborate on Lithium

Representatives from France and Bolivia have signed several letters focused on collaboration regarding renewables, nuclear energy and lithium, according to PV magazine. The letters are part of a cooperative agreement on cultural, scientific and technical matters between the two countries that goes back almost 20 years.

TRU Group Sees Lithium Prices Plateauing

Industrial management and engineering consulting firm TRU Group reported that lithium prices have remained mostly flat as of late. The group cited the latest monthly export data from Chile as showing that lithium carbonate prices are 2.3 percent lower for the year, sitting at US$4,600 per tonne.

Chris Berry Sees “Asymmetric Opportunities in the Mining Space”

In a note from the Disruptive Discoveries Journal, Chris Berry recounted a recent trip to an investor conference in Hong Kong. While the analyst saw investors there - and elsewhere - searching for a turn in the markets, he reaffirmed his positivity on the energy metals sector and offered some optimism for investors regarding the resource space in general.

New Lithium Ion Battery Estimated to Recharge in 15 Minutes

Mashable reported that Scientists at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have developed a lithium-ion battery that can be recharged within just a few minutes. The battery's lifespan would then last as long as 10,000 cycles, which could be around two decades.