NEWS: Largo Announces a Proposed Joint Venture with Stryten Energy to Bring Innovation and Scale to North American Vanadium Flow Battery Market

Yesterday, Largo announced the signing of a non-binding letter of intent with Stryten Energy LLC (Stryten) to establish a 50:50 joint venture that would combine the Company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Largo Clean Energy Corp. (LCE) with Stryten’s vanadium redox flow battery business.

The distinctive value proposition LCE presents for vanadium batteries and the long-duration energy storage sector, including its patented vanadium flow battery stack technology, electrolyte purification technology and access to vanadium through our company, Largo Physical Vanadium Corp., were key determining factors in advancing our discussions with Stryten.

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About Largo Physical Vanadium Corp.

Largo Physical Vanadium Corp. (LPV) is a pure-play physical vanadium investment company. LPV provides direct exposure to vanadium through a secure, convenient and exchange-traded vehicle. Vanadium is essential to achieving a greener world, though carbon reduction, in key industries such as steel, aerospace and energy storage. LPV's strategy is to achieve appreciation through the acquisition of vanadium as well as actively supplying the fast growing vanadium redox flow battery (VRFB) industry to advance the integration of renewable energy in long duration storage.

LPV's common shares trades on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol "VAND". For more information, please visit

Paul Vollant,

Chief Executive Officer