Lithium is crucial to Europe’s climate neutrality goals, and the demand for locally sourced lithium is expected to intensify between now and 2050.

Lithium is one of the metals covered by the European Critical Raw Materials Act, which aims to make the EU more self-reliant in the resources needed for technologies such as renewable energy and battery power. By 2030, the CRMA calls for 10% of the strategic materials used in the EU to be produced in Europe and 50% to be processed domestically.

On the German-Czech border, Zinnwald Lithium has access to of one of Europe’s largest ore deposits. Having the option to repurpose existing infrastructure allows for more cost-efficient production and will be less disruptive to the local community than open-pit mining on previously undeveloped “greenfield” sites.

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Zinnwald Lithium plc is an AIM quoted company focussed on the development of the Zinnwald lithium project in Germany. The information available and accessible via this link is disclosed in accordance with AIM Rule 26. Such information was last updated on 21 May 2024.

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Located near the heart of Europe’s chemical and automotive industries, the Zinnwald Lithium project benefits from Saxony’s history of mining activity and from its extensive existing infrastructure. Sustainability and efficiency considerations are built into every step of our process.

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