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 renewable energy technology company focused on two things.
- More efficient access to sustainable lithium production using direct extraction technology.
- Technology enabling solid state battery electrolytes.
The company is changing the way humanity is powering our world and storing clean energy with breakthrough lithium-ion technology and energy storage solutions.
EnergyX was founded in late 2017, and incorporated in 2018 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Humanity is going through a critical tipping point right now with global temperatures at an all time high. Most of this is caused by human CO₂ emissions. We need to transition the world’s energy supply to sustainable forms with vast energy storage systems to avoid CO₂ emissions and global warming. Read More.
Humans are emitting over 30 billion tons of CO₂ into the atmosphere every year. This is compared to 650 million of the natural earth’s cycle of volcanic mechanisms. If we don’t correct this trend immediately, a terrible outcome lies in our future. See The Math.
EnergyX is in the technology development and scaling stage right now. We must go through a series of in-field pilot plants before commercial facilities can be deployed. Our best estimate is that EnergyX LiTAS technology will be in the market within 3-4 years’ time. Solid-state battery technology could be implemented prior to that. See Sustainability 101.