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DOE partners with Talon on turning mine waste into watts

Iron waste from nickel mining will be repurposed into LFP cathodes

LFP's are growing in popularity due to uncertainties in the cobalt supply chain. Photo: Black_Kira / Shutterstock

LFP's are growing in popularity due to uncertainties in the cobalt supply chain. Photo: Black_Kira / Shutterstock

A new partnership between the US Department of Energy (DOE)'s Argonne National Laboratory and local miner Talon Metals is looking to extract iron from nickel mine tailings in a bid to increase domestic...

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