NetworkNewsBreaks – First Cobalt Corp.’s (TSX.V: FCC) (OTCQX: FTSSF) Iron Creek Project Holds Advantageous Location

First Cobalt (TSX.V: FCC) (OTCQX: FTSSF) (ASX: FCC), a vertically integrated North American pure-play cobalt company, holds a strategic geographical advantage with its Iron Creek Project as cobalt demand is estimated to rise along with the increase of electric vehicle (“EV”) popularity. A recent article discussing the company reads, “First Cobalt’s Iron Creek Project is located close to the U.S. automotive industries in California and Michigan, which means that it could play a major role in the cobalt supply chain as electric vehicle output rises. Global sales of electric vehicles are projected to grow at a CAGR of 32.57 percent, from 1.50 million units in 2018 to 10.79 million units by 2025, driven by a number of factors. These include worldwide government support in the form of subsidies, grants and tax rebates; charging facilities with improved capability; the increasing range of EVs; and a general reduction in battery costs. The U.S. currently commands a mere two percent of the global market, but its share is expected to rise to 14 percent by 2025.”

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About First Cobalt Corp.

First Cobalt is a vertically integrated North American pure-play cobalt company. First Cobalt has three significant North American assets: the Iron Creek Project in Idaho, the Canadian Cobalt Camp and the only permitted cobalt refinery in North America capable of producing battery materials. For more information, visit http://nnw.fm/FTSSF

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