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Government chips in for lithium-ferro-phosphate

LITHIUM Australia-subsidiary VSPC has secured a co-funded grant of $185,000 from the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre to further develop technology that turns recycled raw materials into lithium-ferro-phosphate cathode materials.

 VSPC's pilot facility in Brisbane

VSPC's pilot facility in Brisbane

With the grant in hand VSPC and its partners will focus on using lower-cost raw materials and recycled ones, to cut production costs. AMGC managing director Dr Jens Goennemann said VSPC's project addressed...

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