Cypress Development (CYP.V) continues to de-risk its Clayton Valley Lithium project, setting sights on tabling a detailed, authoritative and high-quality economic study later this summer.
The amount of lithium carbonate equivalent (LCE) used in electric vehicle batteries increased 76% in February 2019 when compared to the same period last year, according to battery metals tracker Adamas Intelligence.
Cypress Development (CYP.V) hit a huge de-risking milestone today releasing news from metallurgical test work that confirmed previous positive results.
Cypress Development Corp (CYP.V) dropped news this a.m. At first glance, it may appear inconsequential, but in reality it’s quite significant.
Thanks to the increasing demand for electric cars, Cypress Development (CYP.V) has formed a new partnership to capitalize on the rising demand for lithium.
The Clayton Valley is played out, so says conventional wisdom regarding the Nevada locale where the lithium boom boomed in late 2015. A lot of companies set up shop next to Lithium-X (LIX.V), which ran on its proximity to Albermarle’s existing operation and eventually shifted focus to South America with a nice fat war chest and stock price.