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Canada-based lithium developer Rock Tech Lithium has broken ground on its first planned lithium hydroxide converter, set to start production in 2025, Kallanish reports. The $683 million project will be built in Guben, Brandenburg, eastern Germany. The plant is planned to produce 24,000 tonnes/year of lithium hydroxide monohydrate (LHM) from Q4 2025. Rock Tech intends for production capacity to rise to 120,000 t/y by 2029, meeting roughly 30% of the projected dema…
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