On June 3, ECEC and its subsidiary ECEC (Guizhou) Co., Ltd. signed the EPC contract for the 10Kt/a lithium hexafluorophosphate project (Phase I).
Located in Kaiyang, Guizhou, the Project is of vital importance to the Owner focusing on the new energy materials market.
As the electrolyte of lithium-ion batteries, lithium hexafluorophosphate is the most important component of the electrolyte of new energy batteries. It is mainly used in lithium-ion power batteries, lithium-ion energy storage batteries and other daily batteries, and is irreplaceable in the domestic and overseas markets. The Project has significant economic and social benefits, which can greatly promote the development of China's lithium-ion battery industry.