HISTORY

Adionics History

ADIONICS is at the forefront of lithium extraction advancements, offering a revolutionary approach that meets the needs of today’s mining professionals. Our company specializes in a closed-loop, liquid-liquid extraction process that efficiently and sustainably recovers lithium salts from various brines, including continental, geothermal or produced water. What sets our technology apart is the use of our proprietary Flionex® system, a highly customized fluid that acts like a key to unlock and extract lithium without the need for traditional reagents. This patented process not only achieves high lithium recovery rates but does so with minimal water usage and environmental impact, marking a new era in resource recovery. Our commitment to reagent-free, sustainable technology ensures a cleaner, greener approach to lithium mining.

On going
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2023
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2021
2021
2018
2016
2015
2014
2012
2007

First Commercial Plant

First basic engineering for an industrial plant

Opening of pilot test center in Argentina

1500 hours test of lithium extraction in Atacama salar

Major Fundraising of 25M €

Creation of ADIONICS Argentina

Lithium Extraction Demo Plant

Fundraising of 7M €

Second Pilot Plant

France

First Pilot Plant

Masdar UAE

FIRST PATENT

First liter of Flionex®

Foundation of ADIONICS

Start of Liquid-Liquid salts extraction research

Investors

Beyond their financial success, our investors also share our vision for supporting the energy transition. They are actively seeking opportunities to invest in technologies that promote a more sustainable future.

In 2017 & 2018, a pre-series A tour for €4 million with historical investors and new investors: Supernova Invest (Marine Glon), Amaury Bierent, entrepreneur – Ovive, other entrepreneurs and Business Angels.

In 2021, a series A tour for €7 million with historical investors & Bpifrance (Samia Belabed) + Celeste Management.

In 2023, a series B tour has been achieved for €25 million with historical investors and SQM.

 

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