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Gratomic $GRAT.ca Battery Update $SRG.ca $NGC.ca $LLG.ca $GPH.ca $NOU.ca #TODAQ $NMI.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 8:18 AM on Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020
  • Gratomic is ready to introduce its graphite to battery producers for use in advanced anode technology.
  • Aukam graphite is a much cleaner alternative to this market’s current supply options as a sustainably sourced resource

TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / September 22, 2020 / In light of Tesla’s battery week Gratomic Inc. (“GRAT” or the “Company”) (TSXV:GRAT)(OTC PINK:CBULF)(FRANKFURT:CB81) (WKN:A143MR) is gearing up to bring its high grade, environmentally sustainable graphite to the North American EV market.

In a race that started in 2012, Gratomic is the only one of several graphite companies that has successfully brought its asset through to the final construction phase.

The Company is now ready to introduce its graphite to battery producers for use in advanced anode technology. Being of such naturally high purity, Gratomic’s vein graphite is ideal for use in this application, requiring simpler, less expensive and more efficient processing methods, resulting in a final product with naturally lower contents of deleterious elements.

In addition to its high purity levels, the Company’s Aukam graphite is a much cleaner alternative to this market’s current supply options as a sustainably sourced resource as per the Company’s September 3rd Press Release. The Company intends to establish a new benchmark for recording and guaranteeing the product’s carbon footprint, based on latest generation blockchain technology.

“Gratomic has entered into discussions with several carbon-to-battery experts with the intent to provide a tailored product for the battery market.” says CEO and President, Arno Brand.

Gratomic wishes to emphasize that no Preliminary Economic Analysis (“PEA”), Preliminary Feasibility Study or Feasibility Study has been completed to support any level of production. In fact, no mineral resources, let alone mineral reserves demonstrating economic viability and technical feasibility, have been delineated on the Aukam Property.

The Company recently appointed Dr. Ian Flint to complete a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) on the Aukam Processing plant. The study, its recommendations, and their subsequent implementation, will provide conclusions and recommendations at a PEA level of comfort relating to the scale up of the existing processing plant to a commercial scale processing facility that will provide the desired concentrate grades and production rates. A preliminary economic assessment is preliminary in nature, it includes inferred mineral resources that are considered too speculative geologically to have economic considerations applied to them that would enable them to be categorized as mineral reserves, and there is no certainty that the preliminary economic assessment will be realized.

Gratomic wishes to emphasize that the supply of graphite pursuant to any off-take or supply agreement referred to in this Press Release is conditional on Gratomic being able to bring the Aukam project into a production phase, and for any graphite being produced to meet certain technical and mineralization requirements. Gratomic continues to move its business towards production and as part of its business plan, expects to obtain a National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects technical report to help it ascertain the economics of the Aukam project.

Risk Factors

No mineral resources, let alone mineral reserves demonstrating economic viability and technical feasibility, have been delineated on the Aukam Property. The Company is not in a position to demonstrate or disclose any capital and/or operating costs that may be associated with the processing plant.

The Company advises that it has not based its production decision on even the existence of mineral resources let alone on a feasibility study of mineral reserves, demonstrating economic and technical viability, and, as a result, there may be an increased uncertainty of achieving any particular level of recovery of minerals or the cost of such recovery, including increased risks associated with developing a commercially mineable deposit.

Historically, such projects have a much higher risk of economic and technical failure. There is no guarantee that production will begin as anticipated or at all or that anticipated production costs will be achieved.

Failure to commence production would have a material adverse impact on the Company’s ability to generate revenue and cash flow to fund operations. Failure to achieve the anticipated production costs would have a material adverse impact on the Company’s cash flow and future profitability.

Steve Gray, P. Geo. and a Director of the Company has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical information in this press release and is the Company’s “Qualified Person” as defined by National Instrument 43-101 – Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

About Gratomic Inc.

Gratomic is an advanced materials company focused on mine to market commercialization of graphite products and components for a range of mass market products. The Company currently holds two off-take purchase agreements for graphite product sourced from the Aukam facility. One agreement is with TODAQ and the other is with Phu Sumika. The Company is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol GRAT.

For more information: visit the website at www.gratomic.ca or contact:

Arno Brand at [email protected] or 416 561-4095

“Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.”

Gratomic $GRAT.ca Aims to Become a Cleaner Source of Graphite for North American Consumers $SRG.ca $NGC.ca $LLG.ca $GPH.ca $NOU.ca #TODAQ $NMI.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 8:17 AM on Thursday, September 3rd, 2020

TORONTO, ON /September 3, 2020 / Gratomic Inc. (“GRAT” or the “Company”) (TSXV:GRAT) (OTC: CBULF) (FRANKFURT:CB81) (WKN:A143MR) aims to become a cleaner graphite source for North American consumers and is pleased to announce the Company’s objective to process graphite in a clean and environmentally responsible manner.

As the battery manufacturing industry becomes increasingly competitive, many electric vehicle battery manufacturers are currently forced towards choosing lesser environmentally friendly graphite options. In many cases, the mining and processing methods used can be unsafe and some have the potential to cause major pollution in neighbouring cities and towns.
Alternatively, many electric vehicle battery manufacturers are turning to synthetic graphite sources, often created in labs from petroleum and biogas by-products, among other carbon sources. These methods can also potentially produce undesirable emissions during the processing phase.

Arno Brand: President and CEO commented:

As the world is becoming more drawn towards Cleaner metals, Gratomic is taking on a leadership position by aiming to produce higher quality Cg with a lower carbon footprint. We have a clear objective as a company, to maximize engineering efforts and to minimize environmental impact. We intend to create a new commodity class that includes, as part of the product specifications, the environmental footprint imposed by producing that tonne of material in an effort to provide buyers with full disclosure on the product’s impact.

In its design efforts, the Gratomic team has taken every possible step to minimize environmental impact and lower the carbon footprint of Gratomic graphite. The Company has designed new and innovative graphite processing procedures that will produce higher quality graphite while minimizing environmental impacts and lowering the carbon footprint created during the processing phase. Calculations conducted internally by our team of industry experts reveals that the production of one tonne of graphite at a percentage of approximately 98% Cg will create a very low carbon footprint of 0.8Kg of carbon emissions, or 16,000 kg per annum.

We believe accomplishing this objective is a positive environmental step forward and a true example of Gratomic’s vision, innovation, and leadership in the graphite mining industry. Our graphite processing design also encompasses a unique water recycling and filtration system that is expected to recover up to 95% of the water used during the processing phase.

The graphite intended for processing at the Company’s Aukam Graphite Project is in a naturally weathered state and contains little deleterious elements mitigating any lasting negative environmental impacts. This information has been verified through numerous analytical results from testing programs. Pilot testing has validated that the majority of the reject material contained minor amounts of clay silica and iron with smaller traces of calcium. The rejects material when analyzed did not contain any sulfur or heavy metals which generally pose the greatest environmental threat.

The Company utilizes all resources so efficiently and effectively that waste is extremely limited. Gratomic is highly focused on recycling and has found a use for the residual material that resides in its tailing ponds. This slurry by-product to be extracted from the tailing ponds is intended to be recycled into bricks. It would be combined with concrete and compressed, and the residual graphite contained in the slurry, when incorporated into the bricks, should result in stronger, longer lasting product, particularly in hot climates.

Gratomic wishes to emphasize that no Preliminary Economic Analysis (“PEA”), Preliminary Feasibility Study or Feasibility Study has been completed to support any level of production. In fact, no mineral resources, let alone mineral reserves demonstrating economic viability and technical feasibility, have been delineated on the Aukam Property.

The Company recently appointed Dr. Ian Flint to complete a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) on the Aukam Processing plant. The study, its recommendations, and their subsequent implementation, will provide conclusions and recommendation at a PEA level of comfort relating to the scale up of the existing processing plant to a commercial scale processing facility that will provide the desired concentrate grades and production rates.

A preliminary economic assessment is preliminary in nature, it includes inferred mineral resources that are considered too speculative geologically to have economic considerations applied to them that would enable them to be categorized as mineral reserves, and there is no certainty that the preliminary economic assessment will be realized.

Gratomic wishes to emphasize that the supply of graphite pursuant to any off-take or supply agreement referred to in this Press Release is conditional on Gratomic being able to bring the Aukam project into a production phase, and for any graphite being produced to meet certain technical and mineralization requirements. Gratomic continues to move its business towards production and as part of its business plan, expects to obtain a National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects technical report to help it ascertain the economics of the Aukam project.
Risk Factors

No mineral resources, let alone mineral reserves demonstrating economic viability and technical feasibility, have been delineated on the Aukam Property. The Company is not in a position to demonstrate or disclose any capital and/or operating costs that may be associated with the processing plant.

The Company advises that it has not based its production decision on even the existence of mineral resources let alone on a feasibility study of mineral reserves, demonstrating economic and technical viability, and, as a result, there may be an increased uncertainty of achieving any particular level of recovery of minerals or the cost of such recovery, including increased risks associated with developing a commercially mineable deposit.
Historically, such projects have a much higher risk of economic and technical failure. There is no guarantee that production will begin as anticipated or at all or that anticipated production costs will be achieved.

Failure to commence production would have a material adverse impact on the Company’s ability to generate revenue and cash flow to fund operations. Failure to achieve the anticipated production costs would have a material adverse impact on the Company’s cash flow and future profitability
Steve Gray, P. Geo. and a Director of the Company has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical information in this press release and is the Company’s “Qualified Person” as defined by National Instrument 43-101 – Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

About Gratomic Inc.

Gratomic is an advanced materials company focused on mine to market commercialization of graphite products and components for a range of mass market products. The Company currently holds two off-take purchase agreements for graphite product sourced from the Aukam facility. One agreement is with TODAQ and the other is with Phu Sumika. The Company is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol GRAT.
For more information: visit the website at www.gratomic.ca or contact:
Arno Brand at [email protected] or 416 561-4095
“Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.”

Electric-Car Surge Paces Europe’s Best Auto Sales in 10 Months SPONSOR: Lomiko Metals $LMR.ca $CJC.ca $SRG.ca $NGC.ca $LLG.ca $GPH.ca $NOU.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 10:53 AM on Friday, August 28th, 2020

SPONSOR: Lomiko Metals is focused on the exploration and development of minerals for the new green economy such as lithium and graphite. Lomiko has an option for 100% of the high-grade La Loutre graphite Property, Lac Des Iles Graphite Property and the 100% owned Quatre Milles Graphite Property. Lomiko is uniquely poised to supply the growing EV battery market. Click Here For More Information

Hybrid and electric-car registrations soared in Europe last month, seizing a record share of the market and lifting total sales to the highest in 10 months.

Registrations of plug-in hybrids more than quadrupled, while battery-electric vehicles more than doubled, according to auto-market researcher Jato Dynamics. Total sales slipped just 4% from a year ago to 1.28 million, the most since September.

“If the current situation continues to improve, we could start to talk about a ‘V’ shaped recovery in the European car industry,” Felipe Munoz, a global analyst for Jato Dynamics, wrote in a report Thursday. EV demand is rising because of a wider selection of more affordable models and increased competition that is pushing down prices.

The figures are the most positive yet for an industry that had expected Europe to continue lagging the recoveries other regions have mustered following the coronavirus pandemic. Auto sales fell less drastically in the U.S. and have started growing again in China.

Government subsidies in countries including Germany and France have kick-started sales, especially for electrified models. Hybrid, plug-in hybrid and battery-only vehicles were 18% of registrations last month, up from 7.5% a year ago. Four of the five best-selling hybrids were Toyota Motor Corp. models, while Renault SA’s Zoe dominated the electric segment.

Tesla Inc. missed out on the trend, with registrations plunging 76% to just over 1,000 units, Jato said.

“Tesla is losing ground this year in Europe,” Munoz said. “Some of this can be explained by issues relating to the production continuity in California, but also by high competition from brands that play as locals in Europe.”

There were 10 more battery-electric cars on the market last month than a year ago, with new models including the Peugeot 209, Mini Electric, MG ZS, Porsche Taycan and Skoda Citigo buoying the segment.

SOURCE: https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/electric-car-surge-paces-europe-s-best-auto-sales-in-10-months-1.1485785

Gratomic $GRAT.ca Early Arrival of Equipment from China Slated for Aukam Processing Plant Completion $SRG.ca $NGC.ca $LLG.ca $GPH.ca $NOU.ca #TODAQ $NMI.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 8:16 AM on Wednesday, August 26th, 2020
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TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / August 26, 2020 / Gratomic Inc. (“GRAT” or the “Company”) (TSXV:GRAT)(OTC PINK:CBULF)(FRANKFURT:CB81) (WKN:A143MR) wishes to announce that its anticipated custom equipment order from China has been safely received ahead of schedule and is currently on site at the Walvis Bay Port in Namibia. This equipment is required for the completion of its Aukam Graphite Mine processing plant construction.

The various components including thickener tanks, cyclone, filter press and chipper, rotary dryer and various additional pieces required for facility completion will be inspected, loaded, and shipped to the Aukam property via trucking service upon clearing customs.

The early arrival has no impact on the Company’s prior construction schedule as preparations are currently meeting Gratomic’s previously scheduled timelines.

About Gratomic Inc.

Gratomic is a materials company focused on mine to market commercialization of graphite products and components for a range of mass market products. The Company currently holds two off-take purchase agreements for graphite product sourced from the Aukam facility. One agreement is with TODAQ and the other is with Phu Sumika. The Company is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol GRAT.

For more information: visit the website at www.gratomic.ca or contact:

Arno Brand at [email protected] or 416 561-4095

“Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.”

Gratomic $GRAT.ca Announces Engineering Update for Final Layout of its Aukam Graphite Mine Processing Facility $SRG.ca $NGC.ca $LLG.ca $GPH.ca $NOU.ca #TODAQ $NMI.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 2:41 PM on Tuesday, August 25th, 2020
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  • Aukam Graphite processing plant is on schedule for commissioning in October of 2020

TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / August 25, 2020 / Gratomic Inc. (“GRAT” or the “Company”) (TSXV:GRAT)(OTC PINK:CBULF)(FRANKFURT:CB81)(WKN:A143MR) is pleased to announce an engineering update on the final layout and general assembly for its Aukam Graphite Mine processing plant, which is currently under construction and scheduled for commissioning in October of 2020.

General Assembly and final layout have been completed and work has commenced on site preparations required to accommodate the Company’s additional processing equipment, which is currently en route from China including thickener tanks, cyclone, rotary dryer, filter press, and various additional components.

The staff has safely returned to the Aukam site and are currently conducting excavation work in preparation for the pouring of the concrete foundations. Foundational steelwork has been installed to allow for the pouring of concrete. To date, approximately 100 tonnes of excavation groundwork has been completed to accommodate the construction of these foundations. Gratomic has identified two contractors that will complete the steelwork and installation for the platforms, catwalks, and additional necessary components.

Gratomic’s custom engineered and self-constructed facility was designed to encompass the highest degree of efficiency and effectiveness possible. Upon commissioning, this plant is intended to exceed production capabilities demonstrated by many of its competitors by generating minimal environmental impact.

About Gratomic Inc.

Gratomic is a materials company focused on mine to market commercialization of graphite products and components for a range of mass market products. The Company currently holds two off-take purchase agreements for graphite product sourced from the Aukam facility. One agreement is with TODAQ and the other is with Phu Sumika. The Company is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol GRAT.

For more information: visit the website at www.gratomic.ca or contact:

Arno Brand at [email protected] or 416 561-4095

Tesla Considers All-In-One Home, Battery and Electric Car Energy Package SPONSOR: Lomiko Metals $LMR.ca $CJC.ca $SRG.ca $NGC.ca $LLG.ca $GPH.ca $NOU.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 12:01 PM on Thursday, August 13th, 2020

SPONSOR: Lomiko Metals is focused on the exploration and development of minerals for the new green economy such as lithium and graphite. Lomiko has an option for 100% of the high-grade La Loutre graphite Property, Lac Des Iles Graphite Property and the 100% owned Quatre Milles Graphite Property. Lomiko is uniquely poised to supply the growing EV battery market. Click Here For More Information

Electric car and solar energy company Tesla is considering providing an all-in-one home and car energy package, that would include controlled EV charging times if it goes ahead in Germany.

As more cars become powered by electric drive-trains, the lines between the energy and automotive industry will become increasingly blurred.

Already, energy companies, such as AGL, Origin  and Powershop in Australia, are looking to offer cheaper tariffs for EV drivers and consider ways to encourage drivers to charge their EVs to help soak up excess electricity demand.

Now, we are beginning to see similar moves from the other side of the market: auto makers looking to slide sideways into the energy market (not to mention oil companies such as Shell doing something similar).

In a survey sent to potential German customers, Tesla sought to gauge interest on whether electric car drivers would like Tesla to schedule car charging times as part of the package to take advantage of cheaper tariffs.

The survey also asked respondents if they would be interested in purchasing a Tesla Wall Connector EV charge unit, a Tesla Powerwall, Tesla solar panels, as well as what would persuade them to switch to another energy company.

According to PV-Magazine which first reported the survey, it hints at a possible “energy package” that would combine all of these.

The company also asks: “Suppose your car is charged every morning to meet your daily needs. Under what conditions would you allow Tesla to control the charging time of your car so that it is charged for your daily needs and to offer you a cheaper electricity tariff?”

Options that survey respondents can select include, “If there is a clear financial advantage for me,” and, “If there are other advantages such as free or cheaper charging at home or on public charging station,” and if, “it helps to increase the share of renewable energies in the energy mix.”

To determine to what degree EV drivers would be prepared to hand over control of charging times to Tesla, the survey also asks what type of payment model they would prefer, including “a day-ahead hourly-variable price per kilowatt-hour.”

The German survey is not the first inkling that Tesla is considering entering the energy market.

In May, RenewEconomy reported that the Californian EV and battery storage giant had applied to the UK’s energy regulator for a licence to sell energy.

It’s not clear if Tesla is thinking about combining its energy package with a “big battery” such as the one operated by French renewable energy developer Neoen in Hornsdale, South Australia that doubled savings for customers within its first two years’ of operation, as well as shoring up grid security.

While Tesla’s expansion into energy has always been part of its raison d’être, having acquired SolarCity in 2016 as part of a “master plan”, the EV maker is not the only car company that is eyeing off the energy market.

In 2019, German auto giant Volkswagen also announced it would expand its offerings to include renewable household energy systems and electric car charging, under new subsidiary, Elli Group GmbH.

Tesla did not respond to queries from the The Driven if it would consider a similar package in Australia before the time of publishing.

SOURCE: https://thedriven.io/2020/08/11/tesla-considers-all-in-one-home-battery-and-electric-car-energy-package/

Electric Vehicles Are Cheaper To Run- This Is Why SPONSOR: Lomiko Metals $LMR.ca $CJC.ca $SRG.ca $NGC.ca $LLG.ca $GPH.ca $NOU.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 10:31 AM on Tuesday, August 11th, 2020

SPONSOR: Lomiko Metals is focused on the exploration and development of minerals for the new green economy such as lithium and graphite. Lomiko has an option for 100% of the high-grade La Loutre graphite Property, Lac Des Iles Graphite Property and the 100% owned Quatre Milles Graphite Property. Lomiko is uniquely poised to supply the growing EV battery market. Click Here For More Information

One of the most overlooked and undersold benefits of converting to electric vehicles is the impact that they have on their owners’ wallets.

A myth has emerged about their running costs that have seen people overlook the long-term financial benefits that EVs afford.

This is a welcome addition to their environmental credentials amidst rising fuel prices and increasing levies against internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles in city centres.

Today’s article seeks to bust this myth and show you why switching to EV could save you money, and save the planet.

EV’s: Pricing up the difference

As of the writing of this article, we concede that the average EV costs more than the Internal Combustion Engine (ICE).

Although we are witnessing a rapid change in this area.

The latest generation of electric vehicles are coming to market at the same cost as their petrol or diesel counterparts.

Furthermore, we can compare the two best sellers in each category, the ICE Ford Fiesta, and the EV Nissan Leaf.

We see that the €4,000 ($4,490/£3,400) difference in purchase price can be overcome within just three years for the average driver.

Talking tax

Vehicle tax rates are calculated based on the car’s carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions per kilometre.

Tax breaks for zero-emissions vehicles, alongside governmental incentives such as grants, have been a key factor in the growing number of EVs on the road.

A recent study by the International Council for Clean Transport found that EV owners could save as much as 27% each year compared to driving diesel equivalents.

Their analysis, which compared the same make and model of vehicles across EV, petrol, and diesel found that drivers in Norway would save 27% in running costs by going electric.

The average driver in the study could save between 11-15%.

The UK offered the lowest savings in running costs at 5% due to the recent cuts in grants for EVs.

The average ICE in Europe emits 112g/km of CO2, equating to €153 (£140) per year in tax.

In addition, the average EV offers around €70 ($78/£60) per year in servicing savings.

Predominantly there are fewer moving parts in electric vehicles so they create less friction and therefore less wear.

The lower average running temperatures also help to reduce wear and offer greater efficiency.

Charging the change

Finally, the most obvious saving comes from the fuel source that is used to power each vehicle.

Based on current electricity prices, a car costs 15c per kWh to charge ($0.17c/£0.13), meaning that a mid-range EV driving around 9,000 miles per year would cost €274 or 2.7c per mile in running costs.

This is vastly cheaper than the petrol equivalent of the same vehicle, which would cost around €965 ($1,084/£825) per year to refuel, costing 9.1c per mile.

In fact, according to the UK Government’s Ultra Low Campaign, the average ICE costs 12c per mile to run.

The difference is even starker when you consider that the most efficient ICEs covert just 17-21% of their fuel into power, while EVs deliver around 59-62%.

Furthermore, when teamed with localised renewable energy sources, electric vehicles can save you even more money.

And of course, help you push towards a neutral carbon footprint for energy consumption.

Low wear, fewer tears

An oft-overlooked benefit of electric vehicles over their ICE counterparts is that their motors are highly simplified.

They have fewer moving parts and they do not require regular oil changes to ensure that they run efficiently.

The upside of which is that wear is greatly reduced, as are maintenance costs – meaning fewer trips to the mechanic and a potential saving of around €70 (£60) per year.

In addition, with great gains being made in battery and motor efficiency, technical issues can be overcome through wireless software updates sent directly to your electric car.

A great example is Mercedes’ innovation of acclimatising batteries to their ideal temperature in advance of you starting go charge.

This is not a technical issue per se, but one that elongates the life and increases the efficiency of the batteries.

You can find out more about this in Robert Llewellyn’s test drive of the Mercedes-Benz EQC.

Preparing for the future

While many are choosing not to consider the future of their ICE vehicle, it is clear that their days are numbered, and that they will not continue to hold their value in the years ahead.

Paris has led a number of global cities in legislating a ban on diesel vehicles from 2024.

This has taken the next step of banning the sale of all ICEs from 2030 as the French capital aims to become carbon-neutral by 2050.

We expect this trend to increase in the coming years as lawmakers push to meet climate targets.

They also want to cut the number of deaths associated with carbon emissions from traffic

This is estimated to account for nearly 500,000 early deaths per year in the EU alone.

Can you afford to miss out on the benefits of electric vehicles? In the face of an accelerating climate crisis, the world can’t.

SOURCE: https://irishtechnews.ie/electric-vehicles-are-cheaper-to-run-this-is-why/

Lomiko Investment $LMR.ca Promethieus Ventures N.V. To List On The Dutch Caribbean Stock Exchange With Ticker DCSX:TECH $CJC.ca $SRG.ca $NGC.ca $LLG.ca $GPH.ca $NOU.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 8:56 AM on Thursday, August 6th, 2020

 Vancouver, B.C., Aug. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Lomiko Metals Inc. (“Lomiko”) (TSX-V: LMR, OTC: LMRMF, FSE: DH8C) Lomiko Metals Inc. announces that it’s participation of 20 % in Promethieus Technologies Inc. (“Promethieus Tech”) will be exchanged for 20 % equity in a new to be formed entity Promethieus Ventures N.V. (“Promethieus N.V.”).which intends to list on the Dutch Caribbean Securities Exchange (DCSX) N.V

The (DCSX) is a self-regulatory international exchange focused on the listing and trading of domestic and international securities. It is a securities exchange platform where companies can raise funding through a large network of global investors. The DCSX is focused on servicing start-ups as well as small and medium-sized enterprises.  The DCSX is located in Curacao, a Lesser Antilles island country in the southern Dutch Caribbean region.

Promethieus N.V. will seek to raise up to 10 million USD to advance the projects currently underway. The listing agent for Promethieus N.V. is Amergeris Global Listing and Exchange Services.  The company has requested and received the ticker symbol ‘TECH’ for Promethieus N.V.

Lomiko confirms that on July 31, 2019  it had entered into an agreement to sell it’s 100% interest in Lomiko Technologies Inc. to Promethieus Technologies Inc. (Canada) for $ 1,236,625 in return for a 20 % equity participation in Promethieus Tech. Lomiko subsequently provided an outline of reasons for the sale on November 25, 2019. Further, Lomiko  will be reimbursed $ 193,614.32 in expenses paid by Lomiko on behalf of Promethieus Tech.  This transaction was approved by shareholders of both Lomiko Metals Inc. and Promethieus Tech  Lomiko Technologies Inc. is the owner of 18.15% of SHD Smart Home Devices Ltd. and 40% of Graphene Energy Storage Devices.  Lomiko was a founding shareholder of Promethieus Tech and currently owns 20% of that company.  The transaction was reviewed by the applicable regulatory bodies.  The transaction was considered a non-arms length transaction as Mr. A. Paul Gill is a Director and a significant shareholder of all the entities involved.

As announced December 3, 2018, Promethieus Technologies Inc. changed it’s mandate to focus on Future Tech investments and has reviewed investment opportunities in electric vehicle infrastructure, clean energy, the Internet of Things (IoT) as well as clean-tech and green tech materials related to these technologies. 

For more information on Lomiko Metals, SHD Smart Home Devices or Promethieus, review the website at www.lomiko.com, www.shddevices.com and www.promethieus.com, contact A. Paul Gill at 604-729-5312 or email: [email protected]

On Behalf of the Board

“Jacqueline Michael”

Director, Chief Financial Officer

We seek safe harbor.

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange), or the DCSX  accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

A. Paul Gill
Lomiko Metals Inc. (TSX-V: LMR)
6047295312
[email protected]

Industry Bulletin: Goodbye To Diesel and Gasoline Cars: Volkswagen Factory Produces Last Ever Combustion Engine Car SPONSOR: Lomiko Metals $LMR.ca $CJC.ca $SRG.ca $NGC.ca $LLG.ca $GPH.ca $NOU.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 3:30 PM on Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

SPONSOR: Lomiko Metals is focused on the exploration and development of minerals for the new green economy such as lithium and graphite. Lomiko has an option for 100% of the high-grade La Loutre graphite Property, Lac Des Iles Graphite Property and the 100% owned Quatre Milles Graphite Property. Lomiko is uniquely poised to supply the growing EV battery market. Click Here For More Information

  • Volkswagen factory in Zwickau only manufactures electric cars

The Volkswagen factory in Zwickau in Lower Saxony, Germany has seen its latest combustion car come out of its assembly line: the seventh-generation Golf R Estate. Vehicles have been built here since 1904, and iconic models such as the Trabant have emerged from its assembly line.

Today this plant will be dedicated exclusively to the assembly of electric cars, such as the Volkswagen ID.3 from November 2019, and in the future, it will also house the models of its sister brands SEAT and Audi.

the end of an era

Volkswagen

The German brand has said goodbye to combustion engines in Zwickau with this variant of the Golf, equipped with a 2.0-liter gasoline engine and finished in Oryx White Pearl Effect, which will go to a German customer.

With an investment of 1,200 million euros, the German manufacturer has been transforming Zwickau to make it the hub of its electrification plan. Once the final expansion phase is reached from 2021, it will produce six MEB platform models from three of the group’s brands, thanks to the 8,000 employees who work there in line with more than 1,600 robots that carry out assembly tasks.

The transformation works have already started in Hall 6, where Golf Estate has been produced until now. After a conversion phase that will last for several weeks during the summer, the first electric vehicles will be produced there at the end of the year, along with the ID.4, and an SUV from sister brand Audi is also planned.

The ID.3 electric motor, the 16-year-old dual-clutch gearboxes, and parts of the MEB modular platform leave the Kassel plant in the center of the Federal Republic of Germany.

Electric motors are manufactured here for all MEB vehicles in Europe and North America, and in parallel for the Chinese market. Parts of the battery box, shock absorbers, structural components, and the central tunnel are also developed and delivered to the Zwickau plant for assembly and thus complete the vehicle body.

For its part, the battery system for the ID.3 is manufactured in Brunswick alongside that of the Scania and MAN trucks.

As reported by the German brand, over the past 30 years, 6,049,207 Volkswagen cars of the Polo, Golf, Golf Estate, Passat Saloon, and Passat Variant models have been produced in Zwickau.

The Volkswagen ID.4 is the compact and 100% electric SUV that promises up to 500 km of autonomy

In 2017 Volkswagen presented its ID Crozz, a prototype electric SUV, in Shanghai. That concept has evolved and has now been integrated into this new ambitious transformation of the brand, which has reused the concept to present the Volkswagen ID.4.

It is an all-electric SUV in a contained format that, according to the firm, “will be produced and sold in Europe, China and the United States” and which joins Volkswagen ID.3 as the first exponents of this fully electric future that this manufacturer proposes.

Lots of autonomy for a compact SUV

One of the key points on which they have focused on the design of this compact SUV is that of aerodynamics. According to Volkswagen officials, this section is so advanced in ID.4 that it allows “to reduce the drag coefficient and that will manage to boost the autonomy of ID.4 to 500 kilometers, depending on the version .”

Volkswagen will first launch a rear-wheel-drive version to later develop the four-wheel-drive version. The maximum battery capacity is known to be 77 kWh and to be located “close to the center of the lower body to create a low center of gravity and optimal driving dynamics.”

The manufacturer also promises “interior space to spare” thanks to that compact electrical system and a fully digital dashboard controlled by both touch and voice gestures.

Production of the Volkswagen ID.3 began late last year, and the firm indicates that its production target for electric cars will be 1.5 million units by 2025 instead of the one million it intended to reach in its previous estimate. The new member of the family, the Volkswagen ID.4, is expected to present in Europe throughout 2020, and then launch in the United States as well.

SOURCE: https://vocal.media/wheel/goodbye-to-diesel-and-gasoline-cars-volkswagen-factory-produces-last-ever-combustion-engine-car-shifts-to-e-vs-only

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