Nevada Lithium Mine Approved by US Regulators

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management gave approval to Lithium America’s Thacker Pass lithium mine in Nevada. US policymakers were trying to boost domestic production of lithium, which is used for electric vehicle batteries.

The Vancouver-based Lithium America is searching for financing for the project, and plans to begin production in the mine by October 2022. The approval comes at the last days of US President Trump. The former administration has been approving a number of mining projects.

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