Cobalt Sulfate

produced Ethically for the Energy Storage Sector

Queensland Pacific Metals focus is on clean energy and producing ethical chemicals for use in energy storage devices such as lithium-ion batteries,

Cobalt sulfate, a battery grade chemical, will be produced at the company’s Townsville Energy Chemicals Hub (TECH) facility.  Cobalt is a key element in lithium-ion battery production with demand expected to principally come from the growing EV battery sector. It is an essential component of lithium-ion batteries that provide EVs with range and durability.

Cobalt is typically recovered as a by-product from copper and/or nickel mining however as the world’s largest cobalt producer is the Democratic Republic of Congo, political and labour practice concerns have been raised as human, social and environmental issues adversely impact the EV market, it’s ethos and what it represents.

As an Australian company, Queensland Pacific Metals will operate in a safe and stable jurisdiction, producing “green” products and conducting business under western labour laws – positioning the company as a very environmentally sustainable and ethical supplier.

Nickel-cobalt-aluminium and nickel-cobalt-manganese are the two most used lithium-ion batteries. Cobalt sulfate, produced at the TECH processing facility, will be suitable for use in both these batteries positioning Queensland Pacific Metals as a quality market supplier.

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