INCLINE VILLAGE, NV / ACCESSWIRE / April 6, 2021 / American Battery Metals Corporation (OTCQB:ABML) (the “Company”), an American-owned lithium-ion battery recycling technology and advanced extraction company with extensive mineral resources in Nevada, which is in the process of changing its name to American Battery Technology Company, discussed President Biden’s recently announced proposed infrastructure plan to boost spending toward electric cars and clean power.

President Biden is hoping to make electric vehicles more affordable to turn a niche product into one with mass appeal. The $2 trillion infrastructure plan that he unveiled on Wednesday is aimed at tackling climate change in part by spending up to $174 billion to encourage Americans to switch to cars and trucks that run on electricity, not gasoline or diesel.

American Battery Metals Corporation Chief Operating Officer, Menka Sethi, stated, “We applaud President Biden’s call for sweeping investments in electric vehicles, renewable power and the electric grid as part of a broad blueprint to bolster the U.S. economy while combating climate change. As prices of electric vehicles become more in-line with similar conventional cars and trucks and charging electric vehicles is made more accessible and faster, the penetration of EVs will accelerate beyond its current niche status. Industry experts believe supply chain bottlenecks including availability of critical materials will need to be solved to enable wide-spread adoption and usage of EVs. Our company is addressing this challenge by scaling our proprietary lithium battery recycling and extraction technologies to increase production of critical materials in the United States using low environmental impact processes.”

American Battery Metals Corporation Chief Executive Officer, Doug Cole, commented, “Our planned 20,000 metric ton per year lithium-ion battery recycling pilot plant has commenced permitting and design-build construction. We expect operations to begin by then end of 2021 and revenue generation in the first quarter of 2022. Its onsite global development center will support both recycling and primary battery metal extraction technologies. The plant will include an analytical lab, process lab and piloting bays evolution of technologies from conceptual to commercialization. Our location in Fernley, Nevada allows for access to on-site renewable solar power and has nearby rail and highway infrastructure. The pilot plant, located in an opportunity zone, is estimated to benefit the local economy by over $348 million in its first 10 years of operation, and will be scalable and repeatable for future plants around the United States.”

American Battery Metal Corporation’s business plan includes working through industry organizations such as ZETA, Energy Storage Association, and Critical Materials Institute to advocate for smart policies that will enable the transition to the clean energy economy envisioned through President Biden’s Infrastructure Plan.

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About American Battery Metals Corporation
American Battery Technology Companyis uniquely positioned to supply battery metals through its three divisions: lithium-ion battery recycling, extraction technology, and primary resources. The Company recently announced the groundbreaking of its lithium-ion battery recycling facility in Fernley, NV, and issued a public statement outlining its principled approach to executing its ambitious business plan.

American Battery Technology Company has built a clean technology platform that increases production of primary metals used in the batteries that power electric cars, grid storage applications, consumer electronics and tools. The green platform creates a circular economy for battery metals that champions ethical and environmentally sustainable sourcing of critical materials.

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