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Altech – Extension to Share Purchase Plan Closing Date

Altech Batteries Limited (Altech/the Company) (ASX: ATC) provides the following update regarding its $5 million Share Purchase Plan (SPP) as announced on 17 April 2024.

Highlights

Revised closing date for the Share Purchase Plan (SPP) of 15 May 2024Eligible shareholders wishing to participate in the SPP must provide payment by 15 May 2024Payment details can be found on the personalised Application Form provided to shareholders

The Company has received feedback from several shareholders requesting additional time to participate, and the Board has decided to extend the SPP offer date by one (1) week. By doing so, this will ensure that all shareholders have sufficient time to participate. The revised timetable for completion of the SPP is as follows, with the revised dates highlighted in blue*:

* The above dates are indicative only and may change without prior notice. Any change in the timetable does not affect any rights or obligations you have as a result of accepting the SPP.

** Subscribers under the Offer should ensure that they have lodged their Application Form by this date.


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