Lithium is a highly versatile metal that is widely used in glass and ceramic manufacture, aluminium smelting, greases, air treatment, metallurgical powders, polymers and a variety of speciality salts and pharmaceuticals
Demand for lithium, one of the key materials used in making lithium ion batteries, is rising rapidly. The metal is used in a wide variety of industrial applications including glass, ceramics and greases, but
First Berlin Equity Research has updated its recommendation to BUY with a price target of € 0.19. It believes there will be scope to raise this price target, if, as it expects, European Lithium raises the measured indicated
European investors are more familiar with manufacturing than mining — but electric cars are driving a growing interest in ASX resources stocks, says small-cap expert Stefan Müller, CEO of Frankfurt-based consultancy DGWA and Non-Executive Director of European Lithium
Our focus is the Wolfsberg Lithium Project located 270km SW of Vienna, in Carinthia, Austria. Wolfsberg is a hard rock lithium deposit with historical exploration, it is well located to service European lithium consumers and close to road and rail infrastructure.