RAW SILICON MUST BE TRANSFORMED AND/OR ENGINEERED
BEFORE IT CAN BE USED FOR BATTERY APPLICATIONS
Silicon is widely considered the next significant advance in battery technology as the theoretical charge capacity can be about 9X that of a typical graphite anode.
Silicon requires less voltage for charging and allows for reduced overvoltage.
Silicon may be the most abundant element in earth’s crust after oxygen, but like all other energy metals (lithium, graphite, cobalt, nickel and others):
DEMAND TO REACH 3.8 M MT WORTH ABOUT US $10 BILLION BY 2025 (CRU)
NEW PLANTS NEEDED TO MEET DEMAND GROWTH
GROWTH WILL BE DRIVEN BY DEMAND FOR CHEMICAL GRADE SILICON (2N+ Si)
Used as feedstock to make Silicones
Used as feedstock to produce Polysilicon (for both Siemens and FBR processes)
Transformed into Silicon powder (1 µm to 5 µm) used in specialty applications
Used as feedstock to make engineered Silicon for battery applications
CHARLEVOIX SILICA PROJECT
Mining friendly Quebec,
Approximately 120km from
Close to established
townsite, highway, port,
utility, and airport
Easily accessed via
established resource roads
CHARLEVOIX SILICA PROJECT
high grade silica
extends into and
is interpreted to
thicken within the
active silica mining
Silicon Ridge project
consisted of detailed
VLF-EM to assess
PARTICIPATE IN THE SURGE
The silicone market was valued at $18.2 billion in 2018, and is expected to reach $91.4 billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of 22.5% from 2019 to 2026. (Technavio, Jan.2021)
UBS estimates that over the next ten years, the energy storage market in the United States alone could grow to as much as $426 billion, and there are many ways to buy into the surge! (CNBC, Dec. 2019)
ISSUED AND OUTSTANDING 30M
FULLY DILUTED* 43.6M
MING JANG, CPA, CGA
Mr. Jang is a professional accountant with 25 years of senior financial management experience in various sectors, including cannabis, nonprofit organizations and mining. He currently serves as a financial consultant to various private and publicly listed companies. Mr. Jang has planned and executed taking several companies public including most recently Numinus Wellness Inc. and Ignite International Brands Ltd. He drives robust financial management and the set-up, implementation, and oversight of financial and regulatory processes.
Mr. Kawakami is a financial analyst with experience in the investment, technology and exploration industries, and has previously held the positions of CFO and Director with Kal Minerals Corp. (now Tarachi Gold Corp.). He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Simon Fraser University.
ELYSSIA PATTERSON, MBA
Elyssia has extensive knowledge with the going public process with private start-ups. She works closely with private companies implementing strategies in order to list on the TSX or the CSE.
Currently, Elyssia is CEO of Lycan Capital, a corporate communications and marketing consulting company focused on activities such as coordinating investor relations and advancing general corporate development of public companies. She is a Director of VLCTY Capital Inc.(TSX.V; VLCY.P), CFO and Director of Snowy Owl Gold Corp. (CSE:SNOW), and has experience in the banking sector.
She holds a Bachelors Degree in Communications from Simon Fraser University and a MBA from Queensland University.
RAYMOND WLADICHUK, P.Geo.
Mr. Wladichuk, a British Columbia registered Professional Geoscientist, is a technical and managerial consultant in the natural resource, engineering, and construction industries. He has held executive and director positions for a number of publicly-traded resource companies. He is the principal of Waldo Sciences Inc., a science and engineering consulting company, headquartered in the North Okanagan, BC, Canada. He holds a Bachelor of Science in earth sciences and a graduate diploma in business administration.