Welcome to the Battery Age
From Mineral to Battery
Battery materials and electric vehicles (EVs) offer something unique to today’s commodity producers and investors: a sustainable growth story that is not just China-dependent.
Battery Age Minerals is committed to providing sustainable sources of raw materials while also looking at securing value for its shareholders by investigating diversification into downstream processing.
Who We Are
Battery Age Minerals is a battery mineral focussed company targeting increased shareholder value through the rapid growth of our primary Falcon Lake Lithium Project located in Ontario, Canada.
We have a highly credentialed, well-respected team with experience in exploration, development and operating mining projects.
Lead | Zinc | Germanium
Projects to drive the future
Falcon Lake ProjectView Project
The Falcon Lake Lithium Project covers a total of 214 mining claims covering 4,280 hectares (42.8km2 ) of ground in the east-west trending Caribou Lake-O’Sullivan Greenstone Belt which extends eastward into the Onamon-Tashota Greenstone Belt. The project area is located approximately 325km North-northeast of Thunder Bay, Ontario which is the closest port of Lake Superior for seaboard access. The Project area is located approximately 7km northeast of Armstrong, Ontario.
Tidili ProjectView Project
The Tidili Project comprises four mining licences which cover an area of approximately 34km2 located in the Municipality of Tidili, Province of Ouarzazate, Region of Draa-Tafilalet of Morocco. The Tidili Project is located about 80km southeast of Marrakesh. The Tidili Project is located about 60km to the northwest of Ouarzazate.
Bleiberg ProjectView Project
The Bleiberg Project comprises 116 claims totalling an area of 65.8km2, located approximately 130 km south of the city of Salzburg in southern Austria within the eastern Alps region of Europe. The Bleiberg Project is situated in a raised valley west of the city of Villach in Southern Austria. The Bleiberg property is one of four major lead-zinc deposits associated with the Periadriatic Lineament, a regional suture stretching from Italy through Austria and Slovenia to Romania.