As the world is steadfast in transitioning to sustainable energy, Energy Exploration Technologies Inc. has a mission to power the future. Founded by serial entrepreneur, Teague Egan, and a team of the world’s leading scientists and sustainable energy veterans, EnergyX is creating revolutionary technology to support the necessary shift to clean energy.
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Energy Exploration Technologies is a worldwide leader in the global transition to sustainable energy. The company is changing the way humanity is powering our world and storing clean energy with breakthrough lithium-ion technology and energy storage solutions.
In its pure form, lithium is a very flammable material. Lithium can burst into flames in a number of scenarios as what happened with the Samsung phones circa 2017. This is caused when batteries are not made with the utmost safety precautions.
Lithium is a natural resource that comes from the earth. Humans mine lithium from a few different sources. There are two main places are 1) From typical hard rock mining from a pit excavated in the ground, 2) From salt brines, which are very salty waters (>30%) which have high concentrations of lithium (think a salt lake). Most of the high concentration salt brines are in South America in a place known as the lithium triangle.
Humans are emitting over 30 billion tons of CO2 into the atmosphere every year. This is compared to 650 million of the natural earths cycle. If we don’t correct this trend immediately, a terrible outcome lies in our future.
Compared to traditional reverse osmosis (R/O) facilities (the types of membrane plants that remove all salts out of ocean water) we use much less energy. Our estimates are only a fraction, around 1/10 of R/O. Compared to the current lithium evaporation ponds that use sunlight, which essentially has no energy cost, we will cost more than that. However, as a relative cost to our overall OPEX, the energy costs are very modest.