VANCOUVER, British Columbia--Mangrove Lithium announced the successful closing of a $3M financing from BDC Capital’s Cleantech Practice. Mangrove is a developer of a breakthrough modular platform for the most cost-effective production of battery grade lithium hydroxide. Its electrochemical innovation simplifies existing processes and can directly refine input streams from brine, hard-rock, clay and geothermal assets.
Vancouver, Oct. 30, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A clean environment and a strong energy sector in Alberta can go together. Mangrove Water Technologies is commercializing an innovation with the potential to reduce annual GHG emissions by over 1 Mt and water consumption by 11 million m³.
Vancouver-based water management cleantech Mangrove Water Technologies, has received a $2.1 million investment from the federal government as part of its Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) initiative. Mangrove is developing a technology that simultaneously converts saline waste-water and waste-gases into desalinated water and value-added chemicals for on-site utilization.
VANCOUVER, BC–(Marketwired – December 05, 2017) – Mangrove Water Technologies, a developer of a platform solution that converts waste streams to valuable chemicals on-site and on-demand, announced the appointment of Richard Reese as a new independent board member and George Nagy as Vice President of Engineering & Operations.
CALGARY — Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) announced four winning projects for the second round of the ERA Grand Challenge: Innovative Carbon Uses at the Propel Energy Tech Forum in Calgary.
Mangrove Water Technologies, a new UBC spin-off company, will receive up to $3 million to help commercialize a technology developed at UBC that simultaneously converts carbon dioxide and saline wastewater into value-added chemicals and reusable water. Its economic and environmental impacts could be considerable.
A UBC research team, led by Chemical and Biological Engineering Professor David Wilkinson, received $450,000 from Western Economic Diversification Canada towards the commercialization of technologies that will support sustainability in the oil and gas industries.
EDMONTON – The Alberta-based Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC) has named 24 winners for the first round of the organization’s $35 million international Grand Challenge: Innovative Carbon Uses. The group was selected from 344 submissions from 37 countries on six continents. The announcement was made at Zero 2014: A Conference for a Low Carbon Future.