Elcora is currently developing “Polymetallic” mining deposits like Vanadium, Manganese, Copper and soon Tantalum, Nobium and some other rare earth minerals.
Elcora was founded in 2011 and has been structured to become a vertically integrated battery material company. Elcora can process, refine, and produce battery related minerals and metals.
As part of the vertical integration strategy Elcora has developed a cost-effective process to purify high-quality battery metals and minerals that are commercially scalable. This combination means that Elcora has the tools and resources for vertical integration of the battery minerals and metals industry. The company is publicly traded on major North American and European stock exchanges (OTCQB: ECORF|TSX-V: ERA|FRANKFURT: ELM).
The Company’s mandate is focused on the global battery value chain. More specifically, we plan on both extracting and processing battery-grade minerals and metals from its current projects and apply them to proprietary energy storage applications.
Elcora’s competitive advantage in graphite, graphene and Li-ion battery applications developed over the last six years with the assistance of Canadian government grants will be combined with additional battery metal opportunities.
These opportunities have been made available with the Company’s recent Moroccan acquisition (ERMAZON S.A.R.L.) of 17 Polymetallic/Vanadium licenses/concessions, one former Manganese mine concession and one Copper concession.
These concessions encompass a massive footprint of some 304 Km2. Nine (9) of the ten (10) polymetallic claims host vanadium sulfide of both magmatic and hydrothermal mineralization. Read More
All essential components of electrification and energy storage for the planet. Additional rare earth and copper mineralization are present from previous open-pit mining.