[FRENCH] Automakers are pivoting toward silicon for lithium-ion battery chemistry

In this interview with CEO Bernard Tourillon of Quebec Based HPQ Silicon, we get the full picture of how his company is positioning itself to take full advantage of this huge shift.

HPQ Silicon Resources is a Quebec-based company that is developing a portfolio of high value-added silicon products sought after by battery and electric vehicle manufacturers. The Company announced a major milestone with its April 22nd press release: HPQ Gen1 Nano Silicon Reactor Exceeds Phase 1 Production Rate Target By 67%

To discuss the importance and the implications of this milestone, this excerpt from the press release says it all:

“Once the final equipment modifications are completed, the goal of the program will be to produce qualified samples which will then be tested by a third-party, the Institut National de Recherche Scientifique (INRS), and subsequently to awaiting battery manufacturers and automobile manufacturers.”

Peter Pascali, President and CEO of PyroGenesis added a little more excitement when he stated

“It is even more exciting when one considers the impact this could have on addressing the challenges facing the EV battery space.”

This video was produced and published by PVBuzz Media. It was originally published on the YouTube channel.

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