Kevin D’Souza joins GreenMet for a Virtual Briefing

This post was originally published on GreenMetOn Wednesday, May 15, GreenMet was joined by Kevin D’Souza, a 30-year veteran of the mining industry, for a virtual briefing on the realities and opportunities of the artisanal mining industry. Weren’t able to tune in live? Hear Kevin’s insights below. The post Kevin D’Souza joins GreenMet for a […]

RSVP: Virtual Briefing with Kevin D’Souza

This post was originally published on GreenMetJoin GreenMet with special guest and mining specialist Kevin D’Souza for a virtual policy discussion on artisanal mining. For a recap of our most recent event with Kevin, click here. RSVP HERE The post RSVP: Virtual Briefing with Kevin D’Souza appeared first on GreenMet.

GreenMet Hosts Engaging Policy Discussion on Artisanal Mining

This post was originally published on GreenMetWashington, D.C. — GreenMet, a leading investment and advisory firm focused on critical mineral supply chains, hosted a riveting policy discussion last week featuring Kevin D’Souza, a 30-year veteran of the mining industry and an independent responsible mining specialist. The briefing provided an in-depth overview of the global realities […]

GreenMet Announces Expansion of Services

This post was originally published on GreenMetWASHINGTON, DC – GreenMet Founder, President and CEO Drew Horn announced the expansion of GreenMet through three new verticals of the company, expanding services available to current and future clients – GreenMet Advisory, GreenMet Capital and GreenMet Innovation. “As I look back on 2023, I’m thrilled by the growth GreenMet has experienced […]

U.S. mining, processing and refining technology provides an innovative, cleaner alternative to China

This post was originally published on GreenMetWashington, DC – Today, China announced another anticompetitive ban in the critical mineral sector, prohibiting the export of several rare earth processing and refining technologies. By specifically targeting the mineral processing space, China is attempting to further solidify its monopoly over the critical mineral supply chain. This decision is intended […]

GreenMet partner gets construction green light from DOE

This post was originally published on GreenMetPlant Operations Expected to Commence in 2024.  December 21, 2023 – Littleton, Colorado – Rare Element Resources Ltd. (the “Company” or “RER”) (OTCQB: REEMF) is pleased to announce that the U.S. Department of Energy’s (the “DOE”) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy has issued a Project Continuation Notice following […]

GreenMet Releases Sustainability Strategy

This post was originally published on GreenMetWASHINGTON, DC – Today, GreenMet announces the release of the “GreenMet Sustainability Strategy” as a guidepost for our investments and engagement in developing a sustainable and reliable U.S. critical mineral supply chain.  The Sustainability Strategy was crafted by the GreenMet Sustainability Steering Committee, and we thank its members for their […]

GreenMet CEO: Exemption In Treasury’s Proposed Guidance for Electric Vehicles “Opens A Giant Loophole” for China

This post was originally published on GreenMetDrew Horn, the CEO of GreenMet, an organization that addresses vulnerabilities in critical mineral supply chains, told Federal Newswire that the Treasury Department’s guidance for electric vehicles (EV) could enable foreign entities of concern (FEOC) to benefit from American taxpayer funds. Horn urged the Department of Energy to work […]

“America’s critical mineral security is our national security,” says GreenMet CEO at Congressional Hearing Today

This post was originally published on GreenMetWASHINGTON, DC – Today, GreenMet Founder, President, and CEO Drew Horn testified before the full House Science, Space, and Technology Committee during a hearing entitled, “The Role of Federal Research in Establishing a Robust U.S. Supply Chain of Critical Minerals and Materials.” During the hearing, Horn underscored the important role federal […]

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