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Grid Battery Metals Launches 2024 Clayton Valley Lithium Exploration Program

Grid Battery Metals Inc. (TSXV:CELL)(OTCQB:EVKRF)(FRA:NMK2) announces the immediate start of the 2024 exploration program at its Clayton Valley Lithium Project, following guidelines from the NI 43-101 Technical Report.

Clayton Valley Lithium Project Exploration Details

Grid has engaged Rangefront Geological for detailed soil sampling and CSAMT geophysical surveys by KLM Geoscience to identify potential lithium brine sources and structures, forming the base of this year’s exploration strategy.

Rangefront Geological and KLM Geoscience Partnership

With Rangefront’s decade-long expertise and KLM Geoscience’s advanced technology, Grid is well-positioned for a breakthrough in locating high-value lithium deposits. The partnership aims to complete soil sampling immediately, with geophysical surveys starting on March 18, 2024.

Future Exploration and Drilling Plans

Following successful initial surveys, Grid plans to drill four locations to depths of 1000 ft, aiming to create a 3D model for exploration insights. Tim Fernback, CEO, highlights the strategic importance of this phase in selecting drill targets for later exploration.

About Grid Battery Metals Inc., focuses on the exploration of battery metals necessary for electric vehicles. Its projects include the Texas Spring Property and the Clayton Valley Lithium Project, along with nickel properties in British Columbia.

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