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Tech & Science Lithium: Is the Rock Tech Lithium Share even better than the standard lithium share?

11:50  16 october  2021
11:50  16 october  2021 Source:   fool.de

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If you have read my last article via Standard Lithium (WKN: A2DJQP), you already know much about the Canadian company and why its share price has risen so much. The trend towards the electric car has recovered from the past year (2020). Your sales will be supported worldwide, so you will become more attractive. Therefore, it is no wonder that the Tesla (WKN: A1Cх- $ T) - share has already risen by more than 728% since mid-March 2020 (15.10.2021).

In September 2021, the e-auto share increased to 17.1% for new registrations in Germany. Diesel and gasoline lose steadily. This development will continue in the coming years. The reason is the political framework conditions, which makes burners expensive and e-cars cheaper.

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Rock Tech Lithium benefits from e-auto-boom

Rock Tech Lithium (WKN: A1XF0V) and standard lithium benefit from this development because they provide the raw material lithium, which is so urgently needed for battery production. The need will multiply in the coming years. Thus, the EU Commission is based on 2030 from a 18-discontinuation and by 2050 from a VER-60-specialization.

Rock Tech Lithium has the lithium project Georgia Lake, which includes 273 units and 41 mining contracts and lies in Bergbau District Thunder Bay in Ontario (Canada). The company also holds a purchase option for the lithium project El Nogalito in Sonora (Mexico). It wants to supply Canada from German car customers and win 2030 about 50% of the lithium over battery recycling.

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is interesting is the shareholder structure. Thus, CEO Dirk Harbecke owns 10.7% and the Apeiron Investment Group of the German Investor Christian Angermayer 11.6% of the shares. Although it is located in Vancouver (Canada), Rock Tech Lithium is a German-Canadian company due to its shareholders.

Rock Tech Lithium Invested in Guben

, Rock Tech Lithium announced that it would like to build a lithium suppression system for about 470 million euros in Guben (Brandenburg) until 2024. Around 160 jobs are created. Production capacity is expected to be 24,000 tonnes of lithium, which is sufficient for the construction of 500,000 E cars. Similar to Tesla, Rock Tech Lithium will only invest under the still open commitment of funding.

to the Tesla factory in Grünheide, there are only 60 km from GUBEN. The site is expected to receive a rail connection and only supplied with renewable energies.

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"We become the lithium partner of the automotive industry and build its own non-existent infrastructure for battery-use lithium hydroxide in Europe. Our goal is to create a closed cycle for lithium as the first company worldwide. GUBEN seems to us as the ideal location for this, also funding opportunities play a significant role, "says Dirk Harbecke.

Conclusion

Both shares benefit from the e-auto boom and have risen sharply in recent months. However, due to the previously missing results, they are very speculative and therefore only suitable for active dealers.

The article Lithium: Is the Rock Tech Lithium Share even better than the standard lithium share? first appeared on The Motley Fool Germany .

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