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Rock Tech Lithium Inc (2)
Symbol RCK
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Close 2022-03-11 C$ 4.56
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Rock Tech Lithium appoints Bahne director

2022-03-11 17:13 ET - News Release

Mr. Dirk Harbecke reports


Rock Tech Lithium Inc. is pleased to confirm that Esther Bahne has joined its board of directors with immediate effect, as previously announced on Feb. 28. Ms. Bahne has been with the company since May, 2021, where as chief marketing and strategy officer she has developed the brand through ambitious sustainability goals and repositioned Rock Tech as a cleantech company.

Dirk Harbecke, chairman of Rock Tech Lithium, says: "We have reached important milestones for the company with Esther. I very much look forward to continuing to work with her on the board of directors."

At the same time, Rock Tech Lithium announces that Simon Bodensteiner is leaving the board of directors of Rock Tech Lithium to pursue new professional challenges. Mr. Harbecke commented: "Simon has made an impact on the company during his time as CEO and director at Rock Tech. His extensive experience in project development has been instrumental in helping us set the path to build the first lithium converter in Europe. I thank Simon very much for his commitment to Rock Tech and wish him all the best in his future endeavours."

About Rock Tech Lithium Inc.

Rock Tech Lithium is a cleantech company with operations in Canada and Germany that aims to supply the automotive industry with high-quality lithium hydroxide made in Germany. As early as 2024, the company intends to commission Europe's first lithium converter with a nameplate production capacity of 24,000 tonnes per year. This is equivalent to the volume needed to equip around 500,000 electric cars with lithium-ion batteries. The company has set itself the goal of creating the world's first closed loop for lithium, thus closing the raw material gap on the road to clean mobility. Rock Tech owns the Georgia Lake project in Ontario, Canada, and, as early as 2030, around 50 per cent of the raw materials used are expected to come from the recycling of batteries.

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