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American Lithium Corporation (TSX.V: LI) (US OTC: LIACF) (Frankfurt: 5LA1) is well-positioned to play a key role in society’s shift to a secure, sustainable new energy paradigm in the Americas.

In the US, the company owns the TLC claystones lithium deposit, which is in close proximity to the Tesla giga-factory in Nevada.

Following the acquisition of Plateau Energy Metals, American Lithium is advancing the large-scale Falchani hard rock lithium deposit, as well as one of Latin America’s most prolific uranium deposits, known as Macusani – both of which are located in southeastern Peru.

With a near-term focus on these mining-friendly jurisdictions, the company has the advantage of both geographic and geological diversity in developing these world-class, scalable projects.

Of particular significance is the fact that the safe, secure supply of strategic battery/energy metals is of growing importance. Especially after the US government’s introduction of its “critical minerals” initiatives to secure domestic supplies, as well as additional supplies from other “friendly” nations, such as Peru.

Nevada: Sustainably-Sourced “Made in the USA” Lithium

TLC Lithium Project

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The strategically-located TLC claystones project is located in one of the world’s most under developed lithium sedimentary basins, near the town of Tonopah in Nevada. Notably, it is in the same geological environment as Albemarle’s world-class Silver Peak lithium mine and several advanced-stage lithium projects.

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Expansive, near-surface deposit (3,343 ha). Existing resource: Measured & Indicated: 5.37 million tonnes LCE, inferred: 1.76 million tonnes LCE.

Supportive government and local communities. Co-recipient of US DoE $2.54 M government grant.

Focused on production of battery-grade lithium. 3.5 hours drive to Tesla’s giga-factory.

Near surface resource amenable to low-cost, sustainable mining methods. Advancing towards a PEA and pilot production.

Peruvian Projects: Clean Energy for the Americas

Falchani Lithium Deposit Highlights

World’s 6th largest hard rock lithium deposit

Through our Falchani lithium project, our goal is to develop a large, cost competitive battery grade lithium project to help meet the world’s need for sustainability through electric vehicles, technology and battery storage systems.

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Existing resource: Indicated: 0.96 million tonnes LCE. Inferred: 3.74 million tonnes LCE. Project has shown ability to produce battery-grade lithium.

Ability to significantly expand resource further. Strong exploration upside. Added valuable from “critical metals” by-products cesium and rubidium.

Strong community support. Embracing green, sustainable mining.

Robust Project economics: PEA attests to a large, low-cost deposit. Advancing towards a feasibility study (mine blueprint).

Macusani Uranium Project Highlights

One of the world’s largest undeveloped uranium projects

Through our Macusani uranium project, our goal is to advance one of the world’s largest and lowest cost undeveloped uranium projects to help meet the need for green, clean and efficient energy.

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Existing Resource: Measured & Indicated: 52.9 million lbs U3O8. Inferred: 72.1 million lbs U3O8.

Strong exploration potential with 47+ proximal targets. Ability to significantly expand resource base.

Excellent regional mining infrastructure. Embracing green, sustainable mining initiative.

Robust project economics: PEA attests to a large, low-cost, low capex deposit. Advancing towards a feasibility study (mine blueprint).