CoTec is an ESG-focused company poised to invest in truly innovative technologies which can fundamentally create a step change in the way minerals can be extracted, processed and utilized. The Company is committed to applying a differentiated approach as it seeks investments to support the transition to a lower carbon economy in a sustainable manner. CoTec is a publicly traded mining issuer currently listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol CTH.V
CoTec is ready to seek out and invest in disruptive, scalable, early-stage technologies with the potential to change the way minerals and metals are extracted, refined and processed. With decades of senior expertise, and a seasoned Board of Directors, CoTec will combine its widespread knowledge of the minerals extraction industry and its global network with a second network of technology funds, universities, innovation labs and mining professionals to help advance these technologies.
For later stage technologies, which are already fully valued, CoTec will seek JV opportunities to advance commercial applications. CoTec will take advantage of the current inertia in the minerals extraction industry and its historic reluctance to embrace new technologies to be more entrepreneurial, nimbler and seize the opportunities to adopt new technologies faster than the competition.
At CoTec, we’re ready to support the revolution by investing in the companies that could make a difference.
Investment in green technology continues to grow with funding to be deployed from green funds, mining majors and special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs).
With the rapid deployment of new technology, harvesting of commodities that had previously been considered uneconomic, including material contained within stockpiles, dumps and heaps may be possible. Technologies may also be applicable to improving the economics and scale of recycling opportunities.
CoTec will invest in, license and own technologies that will be transformative, disruptive and will result in much lower carbon footprints than existing processes for extracting, refining and processing metals and minerals.