We have been very busy lately at International Lithium. And being busy is great! It is good for business. Today Mitsubishi has joined Volkswagen to advertise Electric Cars. The ugly truth is that there is no safe level of toxic emissions from diesel and petrol cars. It will be safe to say that not a single ICE auto-maker can meet even existing standards under the real driving conditions. We are paying to buy the products, which are killing us and our kids.
Lithium Technology for Electric Cars can address this problem and very fast. We have already huge demand in place for personal mobility. Growing middle class in China and India would like to enjoy the same freedom to explore, to drive fast, safe and beautiful cars. We just have to switch these billions of drivers to Electric Cars.
Elon Musk with 400,000 reservations for Tesla Model 3 in just two weeks shows us the future and it is Electric. People are ready to buy the best Electric Cars. They are safe, they have better performance for the same money and they will be very soon even cheaper than comparable ICE age products based on controlled explosions of dinosaur poop. Join our Energy rEVolution and spread the word. We are building the future for all of us with Bottled Electricity driving us fast into the Green Post Carbon Economy. I am very pleased to see the smooth coordination between our Teams, very fast preparation and implementation of our next exploration stage on Mavis Lithium and Tantalum project in Canada with our new partner Pioneer Resources from Australia.
Mr. Kirill Klip, President, International Lithium Corp. comments, “We are very pleased to see a rapid advancement on the Mavis Lithium project in Ontario with Pioneer Resources Limited. International Lithium is now fully active on 3 continents with high quality projects and strategic partners. This initial program at Mavis, scheduled for June 2016, will allow ILC to begin its multi-project “Upper Canada Lithium Pool” targeting raw materials for the lithium supply chain to North America”
International Lithium And Ganfeng Lithium Commence Drilling At The Avalonia Lithium Project, Ireland.
Volkswagen has made the best advertisement campaign for electric cars and Elon Musk with 325,000 orders for Tesla Model 3 in one week has shown that people are ready to buy best electric cars. Now we have a very good problem: how to make millions of EVs for all of us and fast. While Elon Musk is negotiating the best next location for Tesla Motors Factory and Gigafactory 2 in Europe, LG Chem, Daimler and A123 are all building lithium batteries facilities in EU already. Ganfeng Lithium has avery strong presence in Europe and now we are knocking on the doors to the one of the largest auto-markets in the world and building together Vertically Integrated Lithium Business to feed the Energy rEVolution. At international Lithium we have started early and acquired Avalonia lithium project in 2009. Now after years of due diligence by Ganfeng Lithium and millions of dollars in investments into the project we are drilling the defined targets to make the next step towards the economic assessment of the deposits on our property. Our J/V is fully financed by giant from China Ganfeng Lithium. Now International Lithium has active ongoing developments on all three continents: with Ganfeng Lithium from China in Ireland and Argentinaand with Pioneer Resources from Australia in Canada.
"Mr. Kirill Klip, President, International Lithium Corp. comments, “The Avalonia project joint venture, fully funded by strategic partner Ganfeng Lithium Co. Ltd., (“GFL”), could be of strategic importance to the European Union should a sufficient resource be identified. Clean fuel technologies for motor vehicles are becoming increasingly important to the European Economic Community to tackle climate change and the air pollution crisis in major urban areas. Lithium technology will play a major role when it comes to providing batteries for communication devices, electric vehicles and utility storage systems. Renewable sources of energy such as solar and wind power will also benefit from lithium battery technologies and become more commonplace as the problem of intermittency will be addressed providing steady power from these sources 24/7.” Read more about our projects.