Graphite firm Talga joins initiative to develop climate-neutral car

21st November 2023 By: Creamer Media Reporter

Battery materials and technology company Talga has entered into a binding research agreement with Swedish electric vehicle manufacturer Polestar Performance for anode material for the Polestar 0 project.

The project is a Polestar initiative to develop a climate-neutral production car by 2030. Polestar aims to cut greenhouse-gas emissions in the EV supply chain, manufacturing and end-of-life processes.

Under the agreement, Talga and Polestar will collaborate and conduct research on the development of new anode material as part of the project.

“As a leader in green battery materials, we support the decarbonisation of the automotive industry and look forward to working alongside Polestar in this project,” said Talga MD Mark Thompson.

Talga, which is listed on the ASX, owns graphite resources in Sweden.