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Blackstone Resources AG (SWX: BLS) is pleased to announce the release of an exploration report for its lithium development project in Chile. The report will be made available upon request in January 2020. Lithium is an important battery metal used in electric vehicles (EV).
Blackstone Resources AG (BLS.SW) is currently presenting at the Swiss Mining Institute. It gives the company the opportunity to have one-to-one meetings with institutional investors and asset managers, who frequently attend this high-profile event. It also offers the chance for Blackstone to share its vision and strategy with global mining community.
Blackstone Resources AG (BLS.SW) held one of its signature conference events last Thursday at the Widder Hotel, Zürich. The theme was on the metals of the future and how they are important for the advancement of battery technology. The event was attended by bankers, asset managers and institutional investors.
STU: 4BR, FRA: 4BR, BEB: 4BR) (“Blackstone”) is pleased to announce that it has submitted a detailed application with a business plan and work programme with the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) for access to its battery production subsidy programme. The move follows positive correspondence from the German ministry BMWi, inviting Blackstone along with a number of prominent battery makers, to submit an application for financing. The application submitted by Blackstone was made through its 100% owned subsidiary Blackstone Research, which is based in Erfurt, Germany.
STU: 4BR, FRA: 4BR, BEB: 4BR) (“Blackstone”) is pleased to announce that it has formally submitted a detailed business plan to the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) to join its battery production subsidy programme. Germany and France have both respectively set up their own 1 billion and 700 million-euro subsidy programmes to facilitate battery production in Europe. This demonstrates that these countries fully support expanding the capacity for battery production in Europe with the aim of making Europe a global leader.
In the first era of the automotive age, the internal combustion engine was the clear winner and helped support the growth of the oil industry. This change has been made possible because of improvements in battery technology. To meet this demand, existing companies and newcomers alike are racing to increase production capacity and improve and revolutionise battery technology.