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JUN

24,

2023

Chief Strategy Officer of “UkrLithiumMining” LLC Denys Aloshyn took part in the Ukraine Recovery Conference in London
During the panel discussion "Natural resources: extraction and processing of critical minerals", which was organized by the Ukrainian Geological Survey, the top manager presented to investors and politicians the development project of the Polokhivske lithium ore deposit in the Kirovohrad region.

JUN

23,

2023

Denys Aloshyn shared his impressions of the Ukraine Recovery Conference in London
Denys Aloshyn, Chief Strategy Officer of UkrLithiumMining, shared his impressions of the Ukraine Recovery Conference in London with ThePage.ua.

JUN

20,

2023

Radical Changes in the Global Automotive Market – How Ukraine Can Assist Europe
In the EU, which is the second-largest market for electric vehicles, there has been a declared gradual reduction of reliance on Chinese lithium raw materials and semi-finished products. However, this strategy has a weak link – the European Union's demand already significantly exceeds the capacities of European mining companies engaged in lithium, which is the primary raw material for lithium-ion batteries.

JUN

15,

2023

Top Manager of “UkrLithiumMining” visits Battery Gigafactories USA Conference in Washington – key insights on the lithium industry
Denys Aloshyn, Director of Strategic Development at UkrLithiumMining LLC, attended Battery Gigafactories USA, one of the world's most important events on lithium economics, held in Washington, D.C. (USA).

JUN

06,

2023

Tesla – Made in Ukraine. Who will be the first to start mining lithium in Ukraine?
Ukraine is considered a potential supplier of lithium, graphite, and other minerals for electric vehicle batteries. However, mining and ore enrichment are expensive prospects. Merely preparing for the construction of extraction and enrichment facilities will cost $10-30 million.

JUN

02,

2023

Will Ukraine help the European Union win the lithium race?
It is expected that in the near future, the EU will consume a quarter of the world's lithium while being able to produce only 4% of the raw material. Recycling lithium from old batteries will cover only 15% of the demand in the long term.
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