Lion Battery 9v Battery 250mah 9v Rechargeable Batteries Price
|Battery Type||NI-MH rechargeable battery 14.4v 3000mah|
|Limited Charge Voltage||9V|
|Discharge Cut-off Voltage||9V|
|Max. Charge Current||1C|
|Max. Continuous Discharge Current (<30min)||20C|
|Cycle Life||500-1000 cycles|
|Operation Temperature Range||Charge: 0~45℃;|
|Recommended operating temperature: 15℃~35℃|
|Self-Discharge Rate||Residual capacity: ≤15%/month;|
“(Prices) will not go back to the crazy peak seen in the past few years … They will stay at a place where strong players like Tianqi grow, but will be challenging for a lot of new greenfield projects,” Wu said.
Transparency in lithium prices has been a main topic of discussion this week in the lithium space after the London Metal Exchange (LME) announced it has decided to join forces with pricing agency Fastmarkets to launch its planned lithium futures contract.
For Tianqi’s Wu, the LME contract will help reduce lithium price volatility.
“It will give a real chance (for all players) to get a better understanding of the market,” she said, adding that it will also help people make better investment decisions.
The initial excitement about the minority stake purchase was dampened when it was revealed that the acquisition would be investigated by Chilean competition watchdog FNE. The purchase went through in December 2018.
The company also faced some pushback from SQM’s biggest shareholder, Pampa Group, finally reaching an agreement with the Julio Ponce-led group over the governance of Chile’s SQM in April.
The relationship has come a long way in the past six months, with Wu saying Tianqi is still trying to understand the business better and find a better way to help.
As prices continue to stabilize, Tianqi will watch the global market, but the company will not be making any new acquisitions in the short term after the big SQM transaction.