May 29, 2018 AMY Process Patent Still Under Patent Pending Protection in 152 Countries and Jurisdictions. American Manganese Inc. (TSX.V: AMY; OTC-US: AMYZF; FSE: 2AM), is pleased to announce that the Company’s U.S. patent application has been published on May 17, 2018 under publication no. WO2018/089595 and titled: PROCESS OF COBALTOUS SULPHATE/DITH-IONATE LIQUORS DERIVED FROM COBALT RESOURCE. The publication is available for viewing and downloading on WIPO’s website. The pro-duct application discusses the Company’s hydrometallurgical process for the successful recycling and recovery of cathode materials such as: lithium, cobalt, nickel, manganese and aluminum from lithium ion batteries. “Publication of the patent process takes us away from the area of a ‘black box’ technology and now discloses the underlying process, which we believe will assist the Company in moving forward with potential partnerships”, says Larry W. Reaugh, C.E.O. With increasing metal prices, decreasing resource availability and environmental regulations becoming stricter, ownership of this intellectual property creates … Continue reading
By Anna Hirtenstein November 30, 2017, 11:00 PM CST Recycling techniques can draw metal from lithium-ion batteries New source could meet 10% of car industry’s metal needs Why Electric Cars Aren’t Taking Over Yet Almost 9,000 miles from the dusty Congo savanna, miners have hit on an entirely new source of cobalt — the rare mineral at the heart of the electric-car boom. And not only can they take coffee breaks, when they take a break, they can grab a donut at Tim Hortons.Scientists working for American Manganese Inc., located in the suburbs of Vancouver, have developed a way to produce enough of the bluish-gray metal to power all the electric cars on the road today without drilling into the ground: by recycling faulty batteries. It’s one of many technologies that entrepreneurs are patenting to prepare for a time when electric cars outnumber polluting petrol engines, turning the entire automotive … Continue reading
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PCT International Patent Application Submitted For Lithium Ion Batteries Recycling Process and Recovery of Cathode Materials November 22, 2017 Larry W. Reaugh, President and Chief Executive Officer of American Manganese Inc., (TSX.V: AMY; Pink Sheets: AMYZF; Frankfurt: 2AM) (“AMI” or the “Company”) is pleased to report the Company has filed its Patent Co-operative Treaty (PCT) Patent Application on November 9, 2017. The PCT Application is a unified international patent application with 152 participating independent states and countries. With the filing of the PCT Application, the Company’s proprietary technology becomes patent pending in these international jurisdictions. The PCT application is another important milestone as the company continues develop and assemble intellectually property assets to capitalize on its technology for recycling lithium ion batteries. A recent article published by Reuters, “Metal recyclers prepare for electric car revolution”, details the opportunity that exists for developing processes to extract metals from spent batteries … Continue reading
Almost daily we hear stories out of the automobile manufacturers, Ford, Volvo, General Motors, and of course, Telsa, giga-battery factories, etc. of the ongoing evolution of autos going to lithium ion batteries in the very near term. The advantages are many………. However, I see virtually nothing in the press about how all of these lithium ion batteries used in the autos will be recycled. Is everyone overlooking this critical issue? I know of only one company that is on the cutting edge of this recycling issue and can be bought for pennies. This company has presented at numerous investment events and has had attracted a lot of interests from some of the big players. Editor’s Note from Dudley Pierce Baker Founder and Editor of: http://JuniorMiningNews.com http://CommonStockWarrants.com Before I give you the details on this company, I must tell you in full disclosure that I have a significant position in this … Continue reading
March 2, 2017
Editors Note from Dudley Pierce Baker
American Manganese is interesting company which we own and should be of interest to investors.
WHERE WILL ALL THE ELECTRIC CARS GO
WHEN THEY END THEIR SERVICE LIFE?
“… Of all the hurdles that electric cars have had to overcome, one of the most annoying, and persistent, has been what to do with the batteries when the vehicles reach the end of their service life. he shell of an electric vehicle (EV) is much the same as that of any gas-powered automobile: a mix of metal, plastics and some fabric. Comprehensive recycling programs exist to deal with most of those components. But the batteries pose a different, and heretofore perplexing problem.
Enter American Manganese Inc. (AMI), who say they have the answer to the world’s emerging EV market disposal problems….”
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Three new plants in California show how lithium-ion storage is ready to power the grid. by Tom Randall January 30, 2017, 5:45 AM CST Tesla Motors Inc. is making a huge bet that millions of small batteries can be strung together to help kick fossil fuels off the grid. The idea is a powerful one—one that’s been used to help justify the company’s $5 billion factory near Reno, Nev.—but batteries have so far only appeared in a handful of true, grid-scale pilot projects. That changes this week. Three massive battery storage plants—built by Tesla, AES Corp., and Altagas Ltd.—are all officially going live in southern California at about the same time. Any one of these projects would have been the largest battery storage facility ever built. Combined, they amount to 15 percent of the battery storage installed planet-wide last year. Ribbons will be cut and executives will take their bows. But this is a revolution that’s just getting started, Tesla … Continue reading
Larry Reaugh, President and CEO. American Manganese Inc. aims to capitalize on its patented technology and proprietary know-how to become an industry leader in the recycling of spent electric vehicle lithium ion cathode material such as: Lithium-Cobalt, Lithium-Cobalt-Nickel-Manganese and Lithium-Manganese.
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