EDITOR: | December 16th, 2016 | 3 Comments

InvestorIntel to host the 6th Annual Cleantech & Technology Metals Summit in Toronto on May 15-16th, 2017

| December 16, 2016 | 3 Comments
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December 13, 2016 — On behalf of the team of InvestorIntel, a leading online source of independent investor information, we are pleased to announce the 6th Annual Cleantech & Technology Metals Summit (@CTMS2017) scheduled for Monday, May 15th and Tuesday, May 16th at the Omni King Edward Hotel in Toronto, Canada.

InvestorIntel Corp. CEO Tracy Weslosky commented: “It is with great pleasure that we announce our 2-day annual investor event on Monday, May 15th and Tuesday, May 16th — the 6th Annual Cleantech & Technology Metals Market Summit with this year’s theme – Invest in Sustainability. Traditionally we attract global leaders in the technology metals sector, but this last year we had wider representation from the cleantech sector with battery storage, water desalination and even graphene technology companies presenting. Additionally, I would like to welcome Neil Lock to the InvestorIntel team as he takes on the leadership role as the Summit Director for this year’s event. With expert panellists that examine various ground breaking cleantech technologies, the impact of geopolitical and financial issues on sustainability, and the ongoing race for critical materials in the global technology market: we believe CTMS2017 will be our most remarkable year to date!”

“Metals, alloys, and advanced materials play a vital role in reducing life-cycle environmental impacts and enhancing the sustainability of many products, particularly when they are used to lightweight transportation and other systems,” said Mark A. Smith, CEO and Executive Chairman of NioCorp Developments Ltd. “Pick your molecule of concern – carbon dioxide, methane, nitrogen oxides, volatile organic compounds – reducing mass in transportation and infrastructure systems via lightweighting can deliver large emissions reductions, and relatively quickly. I see the current lightweighting revolution accelerating on a global scale, helping to drive demand for many metals and high-performance alloys that reduce mass, increase fuel efficiency, and reduce a broad range of manmade emissions into the atmosphere.”

Managing Director of Alkane Resources Ltd. Ian Chalmers adds: “Rare earths and rare metals are used to tailor the properties of advanced materials and reduce their size or weight, for use in clean and sustainable technologies. Certain rare earths are in particularly high demand for use in lightweight high-strength magnets for high-efficiency electric motors, while others are key components of photovoltaics, electronics and speciality alloys.  This makes them vital components of many technologies we take for granted – including smart devices, auto fuel systems, wind turbines and industrial gas turbines.”

Cleantech & Technology Metals Summit 2017: The Cleantech & Technology Metals Summit is intended to provide a strong venue for dialogue and debate from industry leaders and the investment community alike and is being held on Monday, May 15th and Tuesday, May 16th from 8AM – 6PM. Located at the Omni King Edward Hotel on 37 King St. East in Toronto, Ontario – Canada, to register as a delegate, go to http://bit.ly/2h4EE54. Cost is CAD$1000 per delegate for the 2-day event and includes breakfast and lunch. There is an early bird registration discount of 25% through January 30, 2017.

Presentations: C-level presentations confirmed include: Alkane Resources Ltd., H2O Innovation Inc., HPQ Silicon Resources Inc., Nemaska Lithium Inc. and NioCorp Developments Ltd.

Accommodations: To make reservations at the Omni King Edward Hotel for dates between May 14-17th and to access the Cleantech & Technology Metals Summit 2017 CAD$TBD special rate per night, click here or go to the following link: https://www.omnihotels.com/hotels/toronto-king-edward/meetings/cleantech-technology-metals-summit-2017

Contact Information: For more information, contact the 6th Annual Cleantech & Technology Metals Summit Director Neil Lock at +1 647 345 5486 or Neil@InvestorIntel.com. For regular updates on the Cleantech & Technology Metals Summit agenda, please follow us on twitter @CTMS2017.


Tracy Weslosky

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Comments

  • Peter

    Chevy Volt: I’ve emailed Chev to ask questions about its battery composition. Chevy says the battery is “nickel rich” and makes no mention of cobalt. It will be interesting to see the response. I tried this repeatedly with Tesla and Panasonic, and never did receive an answer from either.

    December 14, 2016 - 1:37 PM

    • EV Man

      Hey Peter… I drive a Chevy Volt, and can tell you that LG Chem was their battery supplier. You may save time by inquiring there directly. Chevy also had reduced the amount of REE’s in the 2016 plus models since earlier versions, not sure if this was out of supply concerns or environmental.

      May 26, 2017 - 5:27 AM

  • Tracy Weslosky

    Thanks Peter. I sent you the contact information for Edward Buiel, Ph. D. of Coulometrics, LLC. He was at our Cleantech & Technology Metals Summit in 2016 – and we will try and get him back for 2016.

    December 19, 2016 - 12:23 PM

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