Our ambition is to enable Sustainable Lithium Production
Energy Storage is critical to the success to the Energy Transition
GeoLith is commited to enabling sufficient Battery Energy Storage Systems, proposing a technology that allows to produce lithium locally and sustainably.
Whether for power transmisison or for electric mobility, lithium is critical to ensure the fabrication of storage devices and operate the energy transition.
However, in order for this transition to be truly sustainable, the whole value chain, including all critical materials, need to be sourced with the highest ESG commitments. In GeoLith we are proud to develop a technology that has zero emissions, is recyclable and that brings value to the communities.
4 United Nations SDGs are directly targeted by GeoLith
Exponential growth of lithium demand
Driven by the increase in the manufacturing of batteries for electric vehicles, demand for lithium is expected to grow exponentially in the near future. According to European institutions, we will need to produce six times more lithium in 2030 and almost 60 times more in 2050.
Lithium market challenges
The lithium market is under great stress, jeopardizing the energy transition. GeoLith’s Li-Capt® technology aims to solve three major challenges
• Produce more: Li-Capt® is twice more efficient than existing technologies, and allows the production from new resources, increasing available lithium.
• Produce better: current production methods are questionable from an environmental perspective (emissions, desertification, water management).
• Our process is fully sustainable.
• Security of supply: current production of lithium comes from a handful of assets.
• Thanks to our technology, local production is possible, regaining sovereign control of the resources.
Our Target: full industrial capabilities in 2024
GeoLith has been walking the industrialisation road since 2019, when its first laboratory bench was manufactured, proving the efficiency of the technology in a wide range of concentration, pressure, and temperature. It has since manufactured three pilot plants with increased capacities, and that are currently operating in different parts of the globe.