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The Regional Government of Extremadura has awarded "Strategic" qualification to the battery training programs of Infinity Lithium Corporation's subsidiary, Extremadura New Energies, recognizing these initiatives as of special interest to the region.
Extremadura Public Employment Service (SEXPE), a component of the regional government, will provide grant funding for these programs, marking the first financial commitment by the government to the San José Lithium Project.
The resolution issued by SEXPE acknowledges that Extremadura New Energies, in ongoing cooperation with EIT InnoEnergy, is the only group successfully providing technical training in lithium technology in Extremadura, an enterprise significantly impacting employment and industry potential in the region.
Infinity Lithium Corporation's San José Project in Extremadura has received support from newly elected local and regional government leaders, adding momentum to the lithium mining and processing project.
The Regional Government of Extremadura, in partnership with the local government, has announced its commitment to promote industrial projects and the exploration of regional resources, aligning with the strategic objectives of the European Union's Critical Raw Materials Act.
A listing on the Spanish stock exchange and strategic partnerships/offtake discussions are given priority following the clarity on permit process, emphasising the significant social and economic interest in the project.