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Clayton Valley Lithium Project: Promising MT Survey Results Unveiled by Grid Battery Metals

Grid Battery Metals Inc. (TSXV:CELL)(OTCQB:EVKRF)(FRA:NMK2) has announced the initial exploration program’s outcomes, revealing Magnetotelluric (MT) geophysics survey results conducted by KLM Geoscience. The survey, meticulously directed by Grid’s Qualified Professional, Mr. Steven McMillin P.G., shines light on strata with potential lithium brine deposits.

MT Survey Illuminates Lithium Potential

The MT survey, a critical tool for lithium brine exploration, has identified areas with low resistivity indicating high conductivity zones, likely to contain lithium brine. “The survey spanned eleven profiles, revealing significant fault structures and potential brine concentrations,” said Mr. McMillin. He added, “We are now planning an infill sample program to further define these areas.”

Next Steps and Exploration Plans

Tim Fernback, Grid President & CEO, shared optimism about the Clayton Valley’s lithium potential, positioned next to North America’s sole lithium brine producer. “With these promising MT survey results and upcoming detailed soil sampling, we are poised to refine our exploration strategy,” Fernback stated.

About Grid Battery Metals Inc.

Grid Battery Metals Inc. focuses on exploring high-value battery metals essential for the electric vehicle market. The company owns significant lithium claims in Clayton Valley and the promising Texas Springs Property, advancing lithium exploration efforts.

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