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Published: 17th September 2020

Exciting “globally significant find” for Cornish Lithium

Cornish Lithium has revealed it has found “globally significant” lithium grades in geothermal waters in Cornwall and is preparing for work on a pilot plant.

The results follow preliminary sampling of lithium in deep geothermal waters at the United Downs Deep Geothermal Power Project near Redruth.

Initial results indicate some of the world’s highest grades of lithium and best overall chemical qualities encountered in published records for geothermal waters anywhere in the world, the business said.

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