Mining

PRESS RELEASE: Lilac Solutions Adds Thomas Wilson, Experienced Oil & Gas Developer, as Chief Development Officer

PRESS RELEASE: Lilac Solutions Adds Thomas Wilson, Experienced Oil & Gas Developer, as Chief Development Officer

Lilac Solutions has added Thomas Wilson to its executive team as Chief Development Officer. Wilson brings fifteen years of experience in natural resource development, operations and commercial transactions in the oil & gas industry.

PRESS RELEASE: Cypress Development and Lilac Solutions Demonstrate High Lithium Recoveries from Clayton Valley Clay Project in Nevada

PRESS RELEASE: Cypress Development and Lilac Solutions Demonstrate High Lithium Recoveries from Clayton Valley Clay Project in Nevada

Cypress Development Corp. and Lilac Solutions are pleased to announce the successful demonstration of high lithium recoveries for Cypress’ 100% held Clayton Valley Project in Nevada utilizing extraction processes developed by Lilac Solutions.

Lilac Solutions featured in Mining.com

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How an Aussie miner and American tech company plan to extract lithium quickly in Argentina

“Lilac dramatically decreases the volumes of reagents that need to be trucked in, so we can unlock resources in remote locations. On top of this, our technology is modular so the physical footprint of our facilities is approximately 1,000 times smaller than conventional lithium brine projects using evaporation ponds”

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Northwestern's Institute for Sustainability and Energy Covers Lilac's SBIR Award

Sustainable Lithium Extraction Startup Wins SBIR Award

When you picture the quickest street-legal car in the world, you probably envision something along the lines of a gasoline-fueled Ferrari or Lamborghini. But this February an unexpected contender set a new world record—Tesla’s all-electric Model S P100D jumped from zero to 60mph in just 2.28 seconds. The news couldn’t have come at a better time for Dave Snydacker. His company Lilac Solutions, which addresses the growing demand for the lithium raw materials used in lithium-ion batteries, recently received a highly-competitive grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)...

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