Uragold on revolutionizing solar panels as a more competitive source of renewable energy
June 15, 2016 — Bernard J. Tourillon, Chairman and CEO of Uragold Bay Resources (TSXV: UBR) presented at the 5th Annual Cleantech and Technology Metals Summit held recently in Toronto.
Uragold is a high purity quartz and gold exploration company focused on generating free cash flow with a new emphasis on becoming a vertically-integrated producer of silicon metal, solar-grade silicon metal and polysilicon. Its business model is centred on developing projects suited for smaller-scale start-up that generate high yield returns.
Uragold has partnered Pyrogenesis, a world leader in plasma technology, to develop the Purevap Quartz Vaporization Reactor, a one-step process for reducing quartz to high purity silicon and/or polycrystalline silicon. Uragold has worldwide exclusive use of the reactor technology, a technology it believes could revolutionize the making solar panels into a more competitive source of renewable energy.
In this video presentation, Bernard Tourillon
- Explains what he calls “solar silicon metal’s dirty little secret”, the carbon footprint of their present form of manufacture.
- And then shows how the new technology – described as potentially disruptive – can reduce the carbon dioxide footprint of solar panels.
- Shows that Uragold will become a big user of graphite.
- How the silicon metal market is set to explode.
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