Nouveau Monde named “Entrepreneur of the Year” by the Quebec Mining Exploration Association, as the Company commissions its Phase 1 purification anode materials production plant


Nouveau Monde won the “Entrepreneur of the Year” award at the annual event organized by the Quebec Mineral Exploration Association.

The prize was awarded in recognition of the Company’s momentum in the development of its integrated and sustainable “ore-battery” value chain.

Hailed as the largest and most advanced natural graphite mine in North America, Nouveau Monde is actively implementing its business plan in a disciplined and risk-free approach to serve the growing electric vehicle and fuel markets. energy storage.

This year, Nouveau Monde has progressed on its development roadmap by obtaining government authorization for the Matawinie mining project, by launching the construction of the commercial mine, by constructing the Phase 1 facility for its proprietary purification technologies of the anode material, by being listed on the NYSE, and raising additional capital to support the completion of the next stages of the project.

Nouveau Monde Graphite Inc. (“Nouveau Monde” or the “Company”) ( NYSE: NMG , TSX Venture Exchange: NOU ) the continued advancement over the past year culminated yesterday with the Entrepreneur of the Year Award from the Quebec Mineral Exploration Association in recognition of the sustained corporate growth of the Company, the ‘phase 1 production exploration for the large-scale commercial exploitation of lithium-ion anode material for the electric vehicle (“EV”) and energy storage markets.

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Current and announced production of lithium-ion batteries in the western world, totaling more than 1,400 GWh by 2030 (Benchmark Mineral Intelligence, October 2021).

Eric Desaulniers, Founder, President and CEO of Nouveau Monde, welcomed the recognition: “This award is a testament to our solid but ambitious business strategy. The efforts to rebuild the different economies within the post-pandemic dynamic are exacerbating the call for local, reliable and sustainable advanced materials for a carbon-free future. I am delighted to see that our unwavering drive to provide a turnkey supply of natural graphite-based anode material is celebrated as a model for mining and enrichment companies. A special thank you to our employees, communities, business partners, shareholders and governments for their support throughout this journey. ”

Nouveau Monde’s agile, disciplined and risk-free approach to developing its fully vertically integrated business model has solidified its leadership position in what is expected to be the largest and most advanced natural graphite mining in North America. As battery makers and automakers continue to expand production capacity for the electric vehicle industry, the Company is well positioned to provide a localized, carbon-neutral alternative to Chinese anode material sourcing.

Taking advantage of the strengths of Quebec, a level 1 mining jurisdiction with exceptional infrastructure and clean hydroelectricity, Nouveau Monde is actively advancing its graphite extraction and enrichment projects to increase production.

In the past twelve months, Nouveau Monde has been awarded the Quebec government authorization for the Matawinie mining project following a comprehensive environmental review and stakeholder engagement process. Civil works for commercial installations were launched in Q3-2021, while Phase 1 operations at the demonstration concentrator continue to support product marketing and qualification efforts .

The New World has also advanced its value-added phase 1 facilities put his sound into production proprietary thermochemical ecotechnology for purification and ordered a state-of-the-art laboratory to continue its research and development on battery technology . Attached to high ESG standards, the Company has also signed collaboration agreements to work on the complete electrification of the Matawinie mining project and the recycling graphite for reuse as anode battery material .

Building on lessons learned from its Phase 1 operations and in its R&D laboratories, Nouveau Monde has refined the engineering plans for its commercial facilities and perfected the specifications of its advanced materials to deliver high performance , carbon neutral and ethics supply to manufacturers of batteries, electric vehicles and energy storage systems.

About New World

Nouveau Monde is striving to become a key contributor to the sustainable energy revolution. The Company is working on the development of a fully integrated source of carbon neutral battery anode material in Quebec, Canada, for the growing lithium-ion and fuel cell markets. With low cost operations and enviable ESG standards, Nouveau Monde aspires to become a strategic supplier to the world’s leading automotive and battery manufacturers, providing advanced materials that perform well and are reliable while promoting sustainability and chain traceability. ‘supply.

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