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Grid Battery Metals Announces NI 43-101 Report for Nevada Lithium Project

Grid Battery Metals Inc. (TSXV:CELL) (OTC:EVKRF) (FRA:NMK2) has announced the filing of an NI 43-101 Technical Report on its Clayton Valley Lithium Project in Nevada, reflecting significant exploration advancements and future strategies. The report, prepared by Steven McMillin P.G. of Rangefront Geological, highlights the property’s potential for lithium accumulation, recommending a robust 2024 exploration program.

Clayton Valley Lithium Project Overview

The project contracted Rangefront Geological for an updated technical review, utilizing soil samples and geophysical surveys. The 2024 exploration plan calls for further CSAMT geophysical work, soil sampling, and exploratory drilling.

Company’s Financial Roadmap and Exploration Goals

Tim Fernback, President & CEO of Grid Battery, expressed enthusiasm for the project’s progression and the planned exploration endeavors, fully funded with approximately CAD$7.0 million in the treasury.

Adjacent to the only producing lithium mine in North America, Clayton Valley’s strategic location and Nevada’s recognition as a leading mining jurisdiction underscore the project’s promising prospects for stakeholders.

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