Test success brings £250m Cornish lithium quarry a step closer

Sep 16, 2019 | British Lithium News

The first company to drill lithium exploration holes in the UK is carrying out further excavation work in Cornwall with aim to build a quarry and processing plant – and pump £120million a year into the county’s economy.

The idea is for the £275million quarry and plant to produce up to 20,000 tonnes of the highly sought-after metal each year – sufficient to power 350,000 electric vehicles every year.

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