With two successful conferences , Redefining Electrical Metals Conference is now rebranded to include a series of conferences that showcase unique however related themes. Western Canada's Critical Elements, The Americas & Canada's Energy Transition focuses upon where, who along with how clearly defined strategies and policies shall achieve the intended success and desired goals for the benefit of our environment & society.
October 3-4, 2023
Calgary • Alberta
Canada's Mineral Sector is an important contributor to the economy along with providing a reliable and sustainable supply of critical minerals, elements and rare earths are essential to the growing demand for clean technologies including solar panels, wind turbines, EV batteries for transportation and energy storage.
The importance of critical minerals from within Canada is necessary to achieve decarbonization, reduce emissions and realize net zero climate goals through the development of new and innovative technologies applicable to all sectors of the economy including the energy sector.
A collaborative approach is imperative to achieve our objectives all with the overarching policies the Federal Government of Canada has recently announced including the Canadian Critical Minerals Strategy and the Sustainable Critical Minerals Alliance.
June 26-27, 2023
Kelowna • British Columbia
North America, Central America and South America share similar geology and mineralization coupled with an extensive amount of experience exploring for and extracting a wide range of critical minerals ranging from copper, nickel, lithium, cobalt, niobium, rare earth elements plus silver and gold.
Canada's Western Sedimentary Basin is rich in helium, lithium and hydrogen. Each of these naturally occurring gases are well known across the basin based on upon extensive drilling and production. Having the benefit of a substantive publicly available dataset, proven drilling & production technologies coupled with proprietary processing technologies opens up a vast resource across the Western Provinces.
The Athabasca Basin is long established, technically well understood as a rich source of uranium having produced for over 75 years. Located primarily in Northern Saskatchewan, the basin hosts the world's largest high-grade deposits that range 10 to 100 times greater than other deposits around the world.
Having the benefit of extensive exploration, development and production over centuries the integration of new technologies to review the data and collect new surveys with high resolution data opens up new resources for further exploration.
Long term trade between each jurisdiction coupled with rising commodity prices, extensive infrastructure and access to transportation to international markets supports ongoing investment across each continent.