In this episode of the Critical Minerals Corner with Jack Lifton, Jack speaks with Brian Menell, Chairman and CEO of TechMet Ltd., about the “extreme supply-demand dislocation” in technology metals as the electric vehicles and energy storage industries accelerate.
In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Brian went on to say that TechMet is an investment company that invests in projects across the technology metal supply chain adhering to the highest level of ESG standards. With focus on cobalt, lithium, nickel, tin, tungsten, vanadium, and rare earths projects, Brian told InvestorIntel that TechMet is “only metals and mining company with significant direct U.S. government equity participation.” Brian also provided an update on some of the projects that TechMet has invested in which includes the largest lithium-ion battery recycling company in North America and the cheapest producer in the world of electrolytes used in vanadium redox flow batteries.
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About TechMet Ltd.
TechMet is a private industrial company that is building controlling or significant minority positions in world-class projects across the technology metal supply chain.
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