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The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of a new interviews with Nextech AR, Outback Goldfields, Baseload Energy Corp., and Ucore Rare Metals discussing their latest press releasesThe Power Play by The Market Herald provides investors with a quick snapshot of what they need to know about the company's latest press release through exclusive insights and interviews with company executives.Nextech ...

The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of a new interviews with Nextech AR, Outback Goldfields, Baseload Energy Corp., and Ucore Rare Metals discussing their latest press releases

The Power Play by The Market Herald provides investors with a quick snapshot of what they need to know about the company's latest press release through exclusive insights and interviews with company executives.

Nextech AR (CSE:NTAR) (OTCQB:NEXCF) signs multiple deals for its CAD-Poly Solutions

Nextech AR has announced the signing of multiple CAD to POLY deals across a variety of industries. Signees include Brunswick Corporation (NYSE: BC), Jacuzzi Brands LLC, Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F). With this announcement, the company is validating its proprietary CAD-Poly 3D modelling technology called ARitize CAD. Nextech AR believes that its CAD- Poly technology is a game-changer for the manufacturing industry, as they now have a viable solution to convert large CAD files into lightweight 3D models at affordable prices and at scale. Nextech AR CEO Evan Gappelberg sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the technology.

For the full interview with Evan Gappelberg and to learn more about Nextech AR recent deal signings, click here.

Outback Goldfields (TSXV:OZ) begins trading on the TSXV

Common shares of Outback Goldfields (OZ) have been accepted for listing on the TSXV. The company's common shares will begin trading on the TSXV today, January 6th, under the trading symbol OZ. The listing will increase the company's visibility in the capital markets both domestically and globally and the company will delisted from the CSE. Outback CEO Chris Donaldson sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the announcement and what lies ahead in 2022.

For the full interview with Chris Donaldson and to learn more about Outback Goldfields' listing on the TSXV, click here.

Baselode Energy Corp. (TSXV:FIND) shares uranium intersections from ACKIO Discovery

Baselode Energy (FIND) has reported Uranium assay results from the first diamond drill hole of the recent ACKIO Uranium discovery on the Hook project. The ACKIO discovery has revealed high-grade uranium near-surface, widespread zones of mineralization and an alteration halo that exceeds over 230 metres. Assay results from the remaining drill holes completed on ACKIO in the summer program will be released after they've all been received. James Sykes, CEO, President and Director of Baselode shared the exciting results with Caroline Egan.

For the full interview with James Sykes and to learn more about Baseload Energy's recent results, click here.

Ucore (TSXV:UCU) provides update on RapidSX commercialization

Ucore Rare Metals (UCU) has released an update for the RapidSXTM rare earth element separation technology. After extensive testing and design work this year, Ucore subsidiary Innovation Metals Corp. (IMC) is ready to begin construction on a RapidSX demonstration plant in Q1 2022. Ucore and IMC anticipate that the RapidSX technology will be ready for commercial adoption and implementation by the second quarter of 2022. Ucore CEO Pat Ryan sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the news.

For the full interview with Pat Ryan and to learn more about Ucore's RapidSX commercialization, click here.

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Ucore Recaps its 2021 Rare Earth Supply Chain Groundwork Accomplishments and Outlines Direction for 2022

Ucore Rare Metals Inc. (TSXV: UCU) (OTCQX: UURAF) ("Ucore" or the "Company") is pleased to provide the following overview of its 2021 North American rare earth element ("REE") supply chain groundwork activities, accomplishments and continuing planned direction for 2022.

"Ucore has a very definitive vision and plan for an independent and comprehensive North American rare earth element supply chain," stated Pat Ryan, P.Eng., Ucore Chairman and CEO. "To accomplish this, the fundamental component is the ability to have, first and foremost, operating commercial-scale rare earth separation plants. The ability to separate rare earth elements into oxides does not exist in North America today and is, therefore, the central objective of Ucore."

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Top Canadian Rare Earths Stocks

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The high-strength REE magnets found in much of today’s essential technology, including smartphones, wind turbines and electric vehicles, account for 29 percent of rare earths consumption. Analysts expect that demand for magnet rare earths ­— neodymium, praseodymium, dysprosium and terbium — will continue to rise alongside demand for these technologies over the next decade and beyond.

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Rare earths, used in the high-strength magnets found in much of the latest technology, from smartphones to wind turbines to electric vehicles (EVs), will be a primary focus for the resource sector well into the next decade as more countries in the west work to create supply chains that are less dependent on China.

As 2022 begins, what is the rare earths outlook for the year ahead? The Investing News Network (INN) reached out to analysts in the space to find out what they think is coming. Here's what they said.

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Innovation Metals Corp. Provides Update on the Commercialization of the RapidSX Rare-Earth Elements Separation Technology

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After completing extensive process and hardware design activities this year, commissioning of the RapidSX demonstration-scale pilot plant (" Demo Plant ") is currently scheduled to begin in Q1 2022. Following a comprehensive, independent techno-economic study and the subsequent design of a commercial-scale REE separation facility, IMC anticipates that the RapidSX technology will be ready for commercial adoption and implementation by IMC's customers via revenue-producing licensing agreements by the end of 2022.

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