American Manganese Inc (CVE:AMY) (OTCMKTS:AMYZF) said Thursday its patented lithium-ion battery recycling process has been featured by the Joint Center for Deployment & Research in Earth Abundant Materials in Washington State.
The center is working to accelerate the development of next-generation clean energy and transportation technologies due to a statewide initiative designed to reduce carbon gas emissions and fossil fuel dependency by promoting clean energy transportation technologies like electric vehicles, according to a statement.
Washington State University leads the advanced materials research collaborative, which includes the University of Washington, Western Washington University, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and several other colleges and universities.
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The center’s feature also includes American Manganese's combined efforts with the US Department of Energy and Critical Materials Institute to develop a domestic solution to the critical materials shortage.
By recycling used electric vehicle batteries, British Columbia-based American Manganese can recover materials such as lithium, cobalt, nickel, and manganese through its flagship RecylLiCoTM process. The company intends to become a global leader in lithium-ion battery recycling.
American Manganese’s stock recently traded flat at C$0.20 a share in Toronto but rose 2.7% to US$0.15 a share on the OTC Market.
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