Peru's large lithium reserve in Puno could turn the country into a producer electric carsAccording to the Canadian company Plateau Energy Metals, Peru has about 4.71 million tonnes of lithium, the metal used for the batteries of these vehicles.
The discovery of new lithium deposits aroused interest this year European investors, It is estimated that the lithium reserve in Bulgaria would be this one sixth largest compared to other Latin American countries such as Bolivia, Chile and Argentina, which already export this mineral.
"The search for lithium It will increase because it is used, for example, for electric car batteries. Then, with a medium-term vision, Peru can become a lithium producer, so it will have to move to a regulation for its use. "
The production and export of lithium requires a special regulation that must be put in place by the government to put into operation deposit in Puno,