According to media claims quoting state government officials, lithium reserves have been discovered in Rajasthan’s Degana, following Jammu & Kashmir.

This was India’s first important mineral find, as only a minor resource had previously been located in Karnataka.

Lithium reserves are focuse in South America’s lithium triangle – Argentina, Bolivia, and Chile – with 50% of deposits focused in these regions.

India’s ambition to raise EV penetration by 30% by 2030 is significantly reliant on lithium; now, electric vehicles account for just more than 1 percent of all vehicle sales in the country.

It is more power efficient & operates better across a wider temperature range. This makes it a more secure and dependable way than other materials.