'World first': British Lithium extracts battery-grade lithium from Cornwall's bedrock

Cecilia Keating
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Lithium is a key component of electric vehicles | Credit: British Lithium
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Lithium is a key component of electric vehicles | Credit: British Lithium

Achievement marks major step forward in ongoing push to build a homegrown supply of lithium for burgeoning electric vehicle market

British Lithium has announced it has extracted lithium from granite mined from Cornwall's bedrock, in an achievement it has hailed as both a world first and a major milestone in the development of a domestic...

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