Dragonfly Energy Becomes First Nevada Company to Join Battery Materials and Technology Coalition


Dragonfly Energy joins the Battery Materials and Technology Coalition (BMTC), adding Nevada to the coalition’s growing continental footprint. Members now represent 26 states and four Canadian provinces

Dominic Sinnott, director of government affairs at Dragonfly Energy

­Dragonfly Energy Holdings Corp. is the newest member of the Battery Materials and Technology Coalition (“BMTC”). The BMTC is a continental alliance of member companies united behind a shared interest in growing a resilient and sustainable North American battery supply chain.

“By joining the BMTC and partnering with the coalition’s other industry leaders during this rapidly growing global battery economy, we continue to drive meaningful conversations and make significant contributions toward the evolution of the energy storage sector,” said Dominic Sinnott, director of government affairs at Dragonfly Energy. “We are proud to become a member of this remarkable coalition dedicated to solidifying North America’s critical role in the global battery ecosystem.”

Membership in the BMTC aligns with Dragonfly Energy’s vision of providing revolutionary solutions to the battery industry and further positioning Nevada as the lithium capital of North America. The Company’s battery products are designed and assembled in the United States, and the company is headquartered in Nevada — home to one of the largest lithium resources in the world.

“The future success of North America’s energy storage industry depends on our ability to champion innovation and secure the supply chains that power our way of life,” said Ben Steinberg, spokesperson of the BMTC. “Having Dragonfly Energy join our effort is a natural partnership. Our members are established companies that represent every stage of the North American battery supply chain and we are pleased to welcome them and to add Nevada to our coalition footprint.”

With the addition of Dragonfly Energy, BMTC members now have facilities in 26 states and four Canadian provinces. The Company joins other industry leaders involved in the mining, extraction, processing and recycling of battery materials, as well as those that develop cathode, anode, cell, pack and battery technology enhancements.

“Dragonfly Energy’s innovative battery technology, manufacturing processes and research efforts are all making significant contributions to the energy storage sector,” Dr. Vick Singh, director of research and development at Dragonfly Energy, said. “By adding our voice to BMTC, we look forward to helping shape North America’s energy policies and supporting the battery ecosystem’s growth, while ensuring Nevada’s strategic importance in this critical supply chain is also recognized.”

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