Establishing Cornish Lithium as a household name associated with the supply of key battery metals

Cornish Lithium is working towards contributing to a UK supply chain of raw materials required for green technologies through the development of its lithium projects in Cornwall.  BlytheRay has implemented a range of strategies focussed on raising its profile and enhancing the public’s understanding of the revolutionary work the eco-tech company is doing, as well as what this means for Cornwall, and for the UK overall.

In order for the Company to be central in conversations around the green revolution and the UK’s supply of key battery metals, BlytheRay has coordinated features in national newspapers, including The Times, The Telegraph and The Sunday Times, and household-name publications, such as National Geographic. Organising site visits for journalists to see the projects first hand and  gain a deeper understanding. The Company has also been the subject of TV segments on channels such as the BBC, Channel 4 and Sky News.

Additionally, as part of BlytheRay’s strategy to cement Cornish Lithium as the ‘new generation of UK mining’, it has set up press briefings to promote major Company developments, hosted community meetings with the local residents and council members and helped support Cornish Lithium in the lead up to the G7 summit, hosted in Cornwall.

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