"The demand for the lithium metal itself will grow at a much faster rate than the demand for its batteries, thanks in large part to the continued increase in electric vehicle production. Where your typical handheld electronic device’s battery requires on average just a single ounce of lithium, a hybrid-electric vehicle needs 20 pounds of the metal in its battery, while a fully-electric model needs as much as 50 pounds. That’s the same amount of lithium as in 800 electronic devices per fully-electric auto"
"At the current pace, lithium demand is expected to increase 18-fold from 165,000 tons per year in 2013 to a minimum of 3 million tons per year by 2030. For this reason, the lithium-ion battery space and the mining of its valuable metal are set to explode" Independent Source
Lomiko Metals is focused on the exploration and development of minerals for the new green economy such a lithium and graphite. Lomiko also has a 100% interest in Lomiko Technologies Inc., an investor in graphene technology and manufacturer of electronic products
The Company is a reporting issuer and an exchange issuer under the Securities Act of British Columbia and Alberta and, as such, is required to make filings on a continuous basis there under. Such material is available for inspection at www.sedar.com. The Issuer’s common shares are listed and posted for trading on the TSX-Venture Exchange.
Stock Exchange: TSX-Venture | Trading Symbol: LMR | CUSIP Number: 54163P104 | Marketing Capitalization Authorized: Unlimited | Issued: 25,071,930 | Outstanding (shares): 8,262,021 | Fully Diluted (shares): 33,333,950
Paul Gill is involved in the strategy, planning and implementation of creating new businesses and restructuring organizations. He is currently the CEO of Lomiko Metals, CEO of Lomiko Technologies, Director of Graphene ESD and Owner of Epic Mining Corp
Surrey, BC V3W 0M6, Canada