Armstrong lithium explorer moving to mine construction decision as CEO departs – by Ian Ross (Northern Ontario Business – June 10, 2024)

Green Technology Metals on the hunt for financing partners, government funding for mine and Thunder Bay refinery

Green Technology Metals, a fast-moving Australian lithium explorer in northwestern Ontario, is on the hunt for a new CEO. Luke Cox is resigning as of July 19. Cameron Henry, the company’s executive director, will step in on interim basis until a successor is named.

The news comes at a pivotal time as Green Tech said it’s preparing to line up financing and carry out the technical studies needed to make a decision on constructing an open-pit mine near the north end of Lake Nipigon.

Since the company arrived in Canada in 2021, the ambitious junior miner hasn’t been shy about predicting they will be the first company that will be producing lithium hydroxide for the electric car plants in Ontario. Green Tech wants to develop two mines in the region and build a downstream lithium conversion plant in Thunder Bay.

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