Eurobattery Minerals AB (NGM; “BAT"), a growth company in the mining and exploration industry with the vision to help Europe become self-sufficient in ethical battery minerals, have joined the European Battery Alliance.
The alliance was formed in October 2017 by the European Commission with the purpose to ensure that all Europeans benefit from safer traffic, cleaner vehicles and more sustainable technological solutions. This will be achieved by creating a competitive and sustainable battery cell manufacturing value chain in Europe. Today the alliance consists of more than 250 stakeholders actively collaborating to build a strong and competitive European battery industry.
– I am pleased to announce that we have joined the European Battery Alliance. We are determined to be an important foundation of the European battery value chain and joining this alliance is one important step on the way, says Roberto García Martínez, CEO of Eurobattery Minerals
Eurobattery Minerals are focusing on exploration and development of several nickel-cobalt-copper projects and to supply raw material critical for the electric vehicle market in Europe. The company has one project in Galicia in northern Spain where the results from the current drilling campaign is expected later in Q4 2019. Further to this the company has several projects in the Northern parts of Sweden.
For more information about the European Battery Alliance, please visit https://www.eba250.com
About Eurobattery Minerals
Eurobattery Minerals is a mining and prospecting company focused on battery minerals such as nickel, cobalt, copper and rare earth elements. Business activities and operations are conducted exclusively in Europe with a focus on Spain and northern Sweden. The company has one mining license and eight exploration licenses. The headquarters is located in Stockholm.
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Roberto García Martínez, CEO
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