Tianqi develops Australia’s first battery-grade lithium hydroxide at Kwinana plant

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The plant is expected to reach a 24,000 tons per annum commercial production capacity within the year

The government of western Australia announced via press release on 20 May that Tianqi Lithium Energy Australia (a joint venture between Australian mining company IGO and Sichuan-based Chinese mining company Tianqi Lithium) had produced Australia’s first battery-grade lithium hydroxide at its plant in Kwinara.

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