GreenTech Metals Limited is an exploration and development company established to discover, develop and acquire resource projects to supply the growing demand from global electrification – driven largely by energy storage via batteries and electric vehicles.
The green energy transition is underway and will require substantially more metal supply for the electrification of the global vehicle fleet and for the massive investment in the electrical grid, renewable energy infrastructure and storage.
With a high-quality suite of Ni, Cu and PGE assets in the underexplored West Pilbara region of Western Australia, the Company will also seek to acquire additional projects to feed the metal required for the manufacture of batteries and electric vehicles, such as lithium, rare earths, and other specialty metals from projects located both in Australia and overseas.
Mark Potter | Non-Executive Chairman
Over 15 years’ experience in natural resources investments. Mr Potter currently serves as a Director and Chief Investment Officer of Metal Tiger Plc (AIM:MTR), a natural resources investment company quoted on the AIM market of the LSE.
Former Director and Chief Investment Officer of Anglo Pacific Group, a London listed natural resources royalty company.
Mr Potter is currently Non-Executive Chairman of Artemis Resources Limited (ASX:ARV).
Thomas Reddicliffe | Executive Director
A Geologist with some 40 years of largely Australian-focused exploration and evaluation experience having graduated with an Honours degree in Geology in 1974 from the University of Queensland. Mr Reddicliffe is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.
Mr Reddicliffe is currently Technical Director of Errawarra Resources Ltd (ASX:ERW) and Non-Executive Director of Gibb River Diamonds Limited (ASX:GIB).
Guy Robertson | Non-Executive Director
Mr Robertson has 30 years’ experience as a Director, CFO and Company Secretary of both ASX listed and private companies in Australia and Hong Kong. He is experienced in corporate aggregation, IPO, capital raising and acquisition due diligence. In addition to experience in the resources sector, previous roles include Finance Director and NSW MD of Jardine Lloyd Thompson, Group Director Finance and COO of Colliers Jardine Asia Pacific (based in Hong Kong) and GM Finance of Franklins Limited.
Mr Robertson is currently executive director of Hastings Technology Limited (ASX:HAS) and Metalbank Limited (ASX:MBK).
Rob Webster | Non-Executive Director
Mr Webster is a mining engineer (University of Sydney) with over 40 years of experience in the resources industry including more than 16 years as CEO of publicly listed companies and is a Fellow of both the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Mr Webster’s early career included management positions with Homestake Gold of Australia Ltd and BHP Minerals Ltd. He was a founding Director and CEO of Weatherly, a company engaged in copper mining and smelting in Namibia. Namibia.
Daniel Smith | Company Secretary
Mr Smith is a Fellow member of the Governance Institute of Australia and has over 13 years’ primary and secondary capital markets expertise. As a director of corporate consulting firm Minerva Corporate, he has advised on, and been involved in, over a dozen IPOs, RTOs and capital raisings on the ASX, AIM and NSX. Mr Smith holds a BA in International Relations from Curtin University.