Firms such as Shell, France's Engie and Canadian independent Vermilion Energy have submitted plans for large geothermal heat projects in the Netherlands. The country is an attractive market for geothermal projects. "Today, the Netherlands is leading in Europe," says Philippe Dumas, secretary general of the European geothermal energy council (EGEC). "The framework conditions in the Netherlands are great for developing deep geothermal projects."
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This breakthrough allows E3 to "create a more robust sorbent, resulting in higher lithium concentrations of up to 5367 mg/L lithium, compared to our previous level of 1498 mg/L." This is a step forward towards a commercial lithium production flow sheet for the company.
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