American Battery Technology Company
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Supplying The Materials For The $100B Battery Market

About the Event

Experts predict that 145 million electric vehicles will be on the road by 2030, up from just 11 million last year. That means we’ll need more batteries to power them.

The challenge is finding the raw materials for all those batteries and sourcing them in an environmentally responsible way. American Battery Technology Company (OTC: ABML) has the solution.

American Battery has developed a proprietary clean technology platform to produce metals such as nickel, cobalt, lithium, and manganese needed for the batteries required by the electrified future. Demand for battery metals is expected to increase approximately 10x to a ~$100B/year market as broad adoption of Electric Vehicles takes hold over the next decade.

Join our webinar to hear from AMBL CEO Doug Cole and his team as they talk about their mineral resources, recent property acquisition, and plans to build a 100,000 ton per year processing facility.

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