3 million US dollars) by the German company K-UTEC
, which signed the contract in 2015 in Uyuni in the presence of Morales, Bolivia's first indigenous president.
has received a positive, NI 43-101 compliant prefeasibility study for its Kings Valley lithium project in northern Nevada from a collaboration of firms that included Tetra Tech, Reserva International, and K-UTEC
AG Salt Technologies.
The EFRB consortium is comprised of Electric Fuel, DaimlerChrysler AG , EPCOS AG, Dornier GmbH, K-UTEC
GmbH and Varta Batterie AG, in cooperation with other German industrial firms and academic institutions.