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The Auto Industry – Why Lithium?
Lithium is the most precious element in transportation. Up to 70% of the cost of a lithium-ion battery goes to the raw materials, such as lithium. And the batteries are expensive! Did you know the new lithium-ion battery in GM‘s new 2010 Volt Hybrid costs $41,000? That’s a lot of $$$ for lithium investors!
TheNational Alliance for Advanced Transportation Battery Cell Manufacture reports that “Lithium-ion batteries are anticipated to replace gasoline as the primarysource of energy in future cars and military vehicles.”
Because lithium is the lightest metal on earth, it enables batteries to get smaller and at the same time, more powerful. This is why even our own government is trying to push for the rapid advance of Lithium batteries for use in transportation.
In addition, clean energy, energy independence, our quest to break free from Middle East oil, high gas prices; all of these things are raising the demand for lithium.
President Obama has made a promise to have 1 million American-madehybrid vehicles on the road by 2015. Most importantly, he’s backing it with money. The Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing program for battery development has been awarded $25 Billion, and this massive funding has ignited lithium projects left and right.
The industry currently can’t produce enough lithium to build the hundreds of millions of large-format batteries needed to power electric cars, andplug-in hybrids of the future. This is why the demand for lithium continually increases and why massive amounts of capital funding are starting to pour into lithium mineral companies.
President Obama even has a stake in lithium and it can be found in his desire to seeGeneral Motors reemerge as an American industrial powerhouse. The administration wants GM come back to prominence and the only way to do that is with new technology (hybrid and electric cars) powered by lithium batteries.
GM’s very existence will depend on massive amounts of lithium. (HIT)" ticker="NYSE%3AHIT">Hitachi is currently supplying lithium-ion batteries for GM’s hybrid vehicles, and is planning to sharply raise production to meet surging demand for an onslaught of new gas-electric cars. It’s been projected that lithium production will need to increase 5-fold to meet the production demand for hybrid and electric cars by 2012!
GM?s introduction of theChevy Volt is just the start. General Motors, (F)" ticker="NYSE%3AF">Ford, (TM)" ticker="NYSE%3ATM">Toyota, Dodge, Chrysler, (MTU)" ticker="NYSE%3AMTU">Mitsubishi, (NSANY)" ticker="NASDAQ%3ANSANY">Nissan, Tesla, Saturn and Mercedes-Benz have all announced plans to build Li-ion battery-powered cars. Demand for lithium-powered vehicles is expected to increase 5-fold by 2012, and 20% year over year in the next decade!

All the major automakers are looking to acquire lithium companies to help ramp up production in order to get their hybrid and electric cars to the market as quickly as possible.
The U.S. government is even providing massive incentives to U.S. automakers (tied to the massive bailout of the auto industry) to start ramping up production of hybrid and electric cars.
Because of this U.S. automakers are looking heavily into acquiring lithium companies. What company would be a better target for acquisition than the only U.S. based Lithium Company, currently sitting on the second-largest lithium deposit in the world?

#278   new name for wlcdf. bud357 03/22/16 06:42:46 PM
#277   posco news about lithium plant. see link bud357 03/18/16 10:11:09 AM
#276   Just out yesterday News. Company Presentation see link bud357 03/17/16 12:12:52 PM
#275   Cathleen Allison / AP nrcmedia 10/02/15 04:35:03 PM
#274   Yeah bud let me eat and I put Billjet17 09/24/15 10:58:36 AM
#273   would be good Idea Thanks. bud357 09/24/15 10:26:14 AM
#272   Bud You want it as a sticky I Billjet17 09/24/15 10:14:56 AM
#271   Just released 2hrs. ago. bud357 09/24/15 10:06:41 AM
#270   HLM Advances Toward Proof of Concept with Bulk tajitj 03/23/15 10:07:12 AM
#269   HLM Advances Toward Proof of Concept with Bulk tajitj 03/23/15 10:06:42 AM
#268   Western lithium is on the up its time Billjet17 02/24/15 01:21:22 PM
#267   Announcements released as ORE nrcmedia 01/30/15 07:18:33 PM
#266   OK....Blast off time... nrcmedia 01/14/15 06:20:12 PM
#265   Will look at it Bless as I'm Billjet17 12/06/14 12:57:02 PM
#264   One lithium related stock that is worth a Blessediam 12/06/14 11:24:03 AM
#263   Argentina Just imposed a 10 percent tax on Billjet17 12/05/14 05:01:25 PM
#262   WOW...billyjet they are up and running !!! nrcmedia 12/05/14 03:22:55 AM
#261   To any and all energy related investors looking Billjet17 12/03/14 09:44:21 AM
#260   Very good article from Australian research analyst.... nrcmedia 12/02/14 07:49:46 PM
#259   You think Toyota is serious about their PLUG-IN/HYBRID ??!! nrcmedia 12/02/14 06:23:36 PM
#258   Well Bud Yeah I would not sell it Billjet17 11/29/14 05:43:40 PM
#257   back in 2012 I brought into Tesla @ bud357 11/29/14 05:11:43 PM
#256   Granted the Fuel cell does power an electric Billjet17 11/27/14 09:53:22 AM
#255   Best part is they need lithium Battery's to bud357 11/27/14 08:35:48 AM
#254   ell that is real good to know I Billjet17 11/27/14 03:32:50 AM
#253   Billy you getting ahead of yourself and your nrcmedia 11/27/14 02:59:13 AM
#252   IGNITION Orocobre Limited (ASX:ORE) Mining Award & First Primary nrcmedia 11/27/14 02:55:41 AM
#251   When your trying to promote a stock or Billjet17 11/26/14 08:17:15 AM
#250   300% ahead bud357 11/26/14 06:19:23 AM
#249   "NUFF SAID" that does not end it, you bud357 11/26/14 06:16:35 AM
#248   the Hindenburg's Hydrogen did not explode it burned bud357 11/26/14 05:11:13 AM
#247 Toyota used NiCa because the lithi bud357 11/26/14 04:33:57 AM
#246   Correction Toyota is Switching to lithium ion batteries Billjet17 11/25/14 09:49:28 PM
#245   FYI Toyota in its hybrid car product line Billjet17 11/25/14 09:14:31 PM
#244   I will go with what Elon Musk said Billjet17 11/25/14 06:44:15 PM
#243   Below is Toyotas PR link on there fuel bud357 11/25/14 05:29:40 PM
#242   Yeah they said the same thing about the Billjet17 11/25/14 08:00:44 AM
#241   When you're right you're right Billy...I'm betting on nrcmedia 11/25/14 12:38:03 AM
#240   Yeah all it would take is one hydrogen Billjet17 11/24/14 10:00:15 PM
#239   Dont worry just as tesla's have caught fire. xrymd 11/24/14 09:25:21 PM
#238   Tank designed not to explode, but allows for bud357 11/24/14 08:39:20 PM
#237   You can see these trucks right now on bud357 11/24/14 08:08:25 PM
#236   Another problem with hydrogen is that its explosive...think xrymd 11/24/14 08:06:15 PM
#235   You gotta love it stealth military vehicles propelled nrcmedia 11/24/14 07:58:10 PM
#234   The Marine Corp. has issued a Contract for bud357 11/24/14 07:52:14 PM
#233   billyjet the one thing that I can never nrcmedia 11/24/14 06:46:51 PM
#232   billy you are right about Toyota trying to nrcmedia 11/24/14 06:32:39 PM
#231   And that is not enough to do a Billjet17 11/24/14 06:01:48 PM
#230 bud357 11/24/14 05:48:02 PM
#229   Its got of problems IE The fuel cell Billjet17 11/24/14 05:29:54 PM