American Battery Technology Company Receives Approval for Listing on Nasdaq Exchange
The American Battery Technology Company (ABTC) has received approval from Nasdaq to list its common stock on the Nasdaq Capital Market under the symbol “ABAT.” Trading is expected to commence on Thursday, September 21, 2023. This move marks a significant milestone for ABTC and positions the company as a leader in commercializing technologies for battery materials manufacturing and recycling.
Unlocking Opportunities for ABTC
By listing on the Nasdaq exchange, ABTC gains access to broader markets and partnership opportunities. This uplisting is expected to accelerate the commercialization of ABTC’s internally developed technologies and support the company’s long-term growth strategy. ABTC aims to facilitate the transition to a clean energy economy by securing domestic critical minerals and enabling a circular economy through its battery materials supply chain.
A Strategic Move for ABTC
ABTC’s uplisting to a major national exchange signifies its commitment to enhancing shareholder value and expanding its presence in the capital markets. The Nasdaq listing, known for its stringent requirements and transparency, provides an ideal platform for ABTC to showcase its accomplishments and attract a broader investor base. This move aligns with ABTC’s goal of becoming a leader in the battery materials industry.
About American Battery Technology Company
American Battery Technology Company, headquartered in Reno, Nevada, is at the forefront of developing technologies for domestically manufactured and recycled battery metals. ABTC’s innovations support the increasing demand for battery metals from industries such as electric vehicles, stationary storage, and consumer electronics. With a focus on a circular supply chain, ABTC aims to power the global transition to electrification and sustainable energy through continuous innovation in battery metals technologies.
Disclaimer: This article contains forward-looking statements. While ABTC’s management believes these statements are reasonable, they are subject to risks and uncertainties that may cause future results to differ materially from expectations.