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The spiralling environmental cost of our lithium battery addiction

Aug 28 2018
https://www.wired.co.uk/article/lithium-batteries-environment-impact




Buy Electric or you don't drive legally

Aug 27 2018
http://www.electricvehiclesoutlook.com/single-post/2018/08/13/No-EV---No-Licence




Sole supplier puts cobalt (and EV) market at risk: IEA

Aug 24 2018
http://www.mining.com/sole-supplier-puts-cobalt-ev-market-risk-iea/




A New Material That Could Create Super Batteries

Aug 22 2018
https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/A-New-Material-That-Could-Create-Super-Batteries.html




Integral Technologies, Inc. Plans to Hold Conference Call

Aug 21 2018

It has been nearly 12 months since we have had our last investor conference call. Admittedly, this is far too long to have gone without a call.  Much has transpired in 2018, most notably the signing of our licensing deal with PolyOne.   We are currently finalizing a date for our next conference call.  On this call we will discuss, PolyOne, our battery technology, financial filings as well as several other items.  The date of the call will be finalized by the end of August.  Once the date has been finalized, we will formerly announce it via a press release as well as posting in here on Conductive.


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