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VIDEO – $ Silicon On Track To Fill Auto Manufacturer Order For Silicon Plus Go After Other Markets $ $ $ENPH $

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 8:43 PM on Sunday, November 8th, 2020

HPQ Silicon Resources (HPQ:TSXV) is a Canadian producer of Silicon that is building a line of specialty silicon products needed for electric batteries. 

More than just lip service, HPQ has already announced NDA’s with 2 undisclosed companies in the space and has hinted at other NDA’s that are so tight they could not even be announced.  

But October 22, 2020 HPQ Silicon went from “a company that is just talking to auto and battery manufacturers to a company that is doing business with a global auto manufacturer” according to CEO Bernard Tourillon, after the Company announced: 

HPQ NANO Receives First Order for Spherical Nano Silicon Material from Major Automobile Manufacturer 

Tourillon went to intimate that this order puts HPQ on the global silicon map that he expects to lead to significantly greater interest from the industry. 

This was echoed in the press release which stated: 

HPQ NANO is looking forward to the December 2020 start of the Gen1 PUREVAP TM NSiR reactor in order to start delivering material as we work to keep up with the expected strong interest in our Nano Silicon products.” 

Earlier this week, HPQ announced it was on track to start their Nano Silicon reactor in December and fulfill this first order from the auto manufacturer … but then the Company went even further when Tourillon stated: 

“While we are very excited by HPQ NANO material blue sky potential in the silicon battery space , we are also thrilled by our material potential in other high value markets,

What are those other high value markets?  How big are they?  How confident is HPQ in it’s ability to address these markets?

If you are serious about battery metals and electric vehicles entering their big growth stage in the next 5 years, then you owe it to yourself to watch this interview with CEO.

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