Eagle Graphite Secures $290,000 in Grant Funding

- June 13th, 2019

Eagle Graphite (TSXV:EGA) has secured $290,000 in grant funding from the Government of British Columbia through its Advanced Research and Commercialization program for Clean Energy Vehicles (ARC).

Eagle Graphite (TSXV:EGA) has secured $290,000 in grant funding from the Government of British Columbia through its Advanced Research and Commercialization program for Clean Energy Vehicles (ARC). The grant will be supporting the company’s two-year plan to develop and commercialize silicon-modified battery anodes made with graphite from Eagle Graphite’s Black Crystal graphite quarry and plant in Passmore, British Columbia.

“Under our CleanBC plan, we are building a low-carbon economy that will reduce climate pollution and create good jobs across our province,” said Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources and MLA for Nelson-Creston Michelle Mungall. “To get there faster, we are supporting innovative companies like Eagle Graphite to develop made-in-B.C. technology that will put us on the path to a cleaner, better future.”

Eagle Graphite is currently finalizing formal agreements with the ARC committee as well as the project’s proposed academic and industry partners.

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