CellCube has the vision of becoming North America’s first vertically integrated producer of vanadium & vanadium electrolytes for the energy storage industry.
CellCube has high quality vanadium resources that are required for vanadium electrolyte production
CellCube has a total of 4,115 acres of vanadium claims in northeastern
Nevada in its Bisoni McKay and Bisoni-Rio properties
Contains significant vanadium carbonaceous resources that allow for high level of vanadium electrolyte purity. The resource is known as a “pure play” as the vanadium is contained in a carbonaceous shale rather than with other minerals which most often is the case
NI 43-101 (2016) Indicated Resources estimated at 11,879,590 tons at an average grade of 0.39% V2O5 and Inferred Resources estimated at 7,048,056 tons at an average grade of 0.42% V2O5
CellCube has significant vanadium-rich properties in Nevada. The Bisoni-McKay and Bisoni-Rio properties in Nevada contain a pure vanadium resource. Unlike most other vanadium deposits where vanadium is inter-mingled with other metals such as iron, or uranium, the Bisoni McKay and Bisoni-Rio properties contain pure vanadium in a carbonaceous shale.
These vanadium resources may be ideal to meeting the demand of the growing vanadium electrolyte energy storage market. Vanadium redox flow batteries used for grid energy storage are becoming increasingly recognized as the future of energy storage.
CellCube is dedicated to increasing shareholder value through exploration and development of their vanadium resources, and to converting the vanadium into vanadium electolyte for the energy storage market.
In addition, we are pleased to announce that the Company intends to spin out its 100% owned vanadium project, Bisoni Mackay and Bisoni-Rio in Nevada, USA, into a newly formed subsidiary called Vanadium 23 Corp. (“Vanadium 23”). See the press release here.
Supergene enrichment zone of up to 35 feet width identified immediately below Redox zone, revealing anomalous grade surges of 50% to 150%
Continuity of mineralization confirmed in past exploration drilling campaigns. Less than 10% of the properties have been explored
Close to surface; examining modern open pit extraction methods
Recently announced research results indicate potential vanadium recovery rates in excess of 90%