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Nevada Sunrise Unveils 7.1M Tonnes LCE Resource at Gemini Lithium Project

Nevada Sunrise Metals Corporation (TSXV: NEV) (OTCBB: NVSGF) has announced a significant milestone with the filing of a NI 43-101 compliant technical report for its Gemini Lithium Project in Nevada, revealing a maiden resource estimate of 7.1 million tonnes of lithium carbonate equivalent (LCE).

Gemini Lithium Project’s Maiden Resource Estimate

ABH Engineering Inc. has independently calculated an Inferred mineral resource estimate, confirming the presence of approximately 1.3 million tonnes of Lithium or 7.1 million tonnes of LCE. This discovery spans 1,200 million tonnes of lithium-mineralized clay, boasting an average grade of roughly 1,130 ppm Lithium. Notably, this vast resource remains largely unexplored, offering significant potential for further discoveries.

Exploration and Expansion at Gemini

Since beginning ground exploration in 2016, Nevada Sunrise’s efforts have led to the staking of an additional 73 unpatented lode claims, expanding Gemini to 2,951 hectares. This underscores the company’s commitment to further exploring and possibly expanding the known resource.

About Nevada Sunrise: Located in Vancouver, BC, Nevada Sunrise is a junior mineral exploration company focused on lithium, gold, and copper projects in Nevada, USA. It holds a 100% interest in the Gemini, Jackson Wash, and Badlands lithium projects, alongside other significant mineral ventures in the state.

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