If bread were growing on trees, investors in a food industry would hardly need to calculate ROI thoroughly. Not because the sector would be too lucrative to calculate the ratio of income and expenditure but because any feasibility improvement would be senselessly redundant in such a case.

Batteries don’t grow on trees as well, but synthesizing energy metals from minerals may seem so explicitly straightforward for potential investors that some enhancements to the process look worthless. However, if it were that simple, no innovative approaches to a production of battery metals would appear. But they do.

The so-called “battery metals”…

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