BRISBANE, Australia, March 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NOVONIX Limited (NASDAQ: NVX, ASX: NVX, OTCQX: NVNXF) (“NOVONIX” or “the Company”) a leading battery materials and technology company, today announced that the company will present and hold one-on-one meetings at the 34th Annual ROTH Conference.
34th Annual ROTH Conference
When: Tuesday, March 15, 2022
Where: Dana Point, California
NOVONIX Executives: Dr. Chris Burns, Co-Founder and CEO, and Nick Liveris, CFO
At 2:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m. PT) on Tuesday, March 15, Dr. Chris Burns, Co-Founder and CEO, and Nick Liveris, CFO, will participate in a fireside chat. A live audio webcast will be accessible to the general public through the conference link and on the NOVONIX investor relations website.
For more information on the ROTH Conference or to schedule a one-on-one meeting, please contact your ROTH representative or reach out to email@example.com.
This announcement has been authorised for release by NOVONIX Chairman, Admiral Robert J. Natter, USN Ret.
NOVONIX Limited is a leading battery technology company with operations in both Canada and the United States. NOVONIX provides advanced, high-performance materials, equipment, and services for the global lithium-ion battery industry with sales in 14 countries. We develop materials and technologies to support longer-life and lower-cost batteries that are powering us towards a cleaner energy future.
Our NOVONIX Battery Technology Solutions division, based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, focuses on innovative battery research and development, along with providing advanced battery testing equipment and services on a global scale.
Our NOVONIX Anode Materials division, located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA, manufactures our synthetic graphite anode materials used to make lithium-ion batteries which power electric vehicles, personal electronics, medical devices, and energy storage units. To address the growing industry demand, we are working to increase the production capacity to 10,000 metric tons of synthetic graphite per annum (tpa) by 2023, with further targets of 40,000 tpa by 2025 and 150,000 tpa by 2030.