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GreenTech Metals Limited

GreenTech Metals Limited (ASX:GRE) is an exploration and development company established to discover, develop and acquire resource projects to supply the growing demand from global electrification – driven largely by energy storage via batteries and electric vehicles.

The green energy transition is underway and will require substantially more metal supply for the electrification of the global vehicle fleet and for the massive investment in the electrical grid, renewable energy infrastructure and storage.

With a high-quality suite of Ni, Cu and PGE assets in the underexplored West Pilbara region of Western Australia, the Company will also seek to acquire additional projects to feed the metal required for the manufacture of batteries and electric vehicles, such as lithium, rare earths, and other specialty metals from projects located both in Australia and overseas.

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The Energy Transition is underway

Globally, government mandates are moving to 100% reduction of greenhouse gases

Electrification is critical for decarbonisation.

Electrification currently accounts for 19% of total final energy consumption, up from 15% in 2000.

The World Economic Forum is predicting this to grow to 44% by 2050.

Project Summary

Whundo Cu-Zn 

    • Located within 12.5km from the Radio Hill nickel processing plant
    • Resource of 2.7Mt at 1.1% Cu and 1.1% Zn (c.40kt CuEq metal)
    • High-grade Cu intercepts, including:
  • 7m @ 4.45% Cu from 13m; and, 13m @ 3.03% Cu from 5m
  • Exploration upside potential with targets identified

Ruth Well Ni-Cu Project

    • Located 12km from Radio Hill nickel processing plant
    • Resource of 152,000t at 0.5% Cu and 0.6% Ni (0.3% Ni cut-off)
    • High-grade nickel intercepts include:
  • 13m @ 2.14% Ni and 1.19% Cu from 55m
  • 21m @ 1.19% Ni and 0.88% Cu from 30m
  • Over 3.5km of nickel prospective strike identified

Osborne Nickel Project (earning 51%) 

  • Highly-conductive VTEM and ground EM nickel sulphide target
  • Highly prospective drill ready targets