IMPACT Silver Corp. has announced that its Plomosas high-grade zinc mine, located in the State of Chihuahua in northern Mexico, has entered into a managed services contract with Bell International de Mexico/TTN Energia for the planning, design, construction, and operation of Tesla Corp.’s commercial battery with its solar, energy efficiency platform.
This platform is expected to meaningfully reduce its operating costs and eliminate nearly all carbon emissions associated with round-the-clock, diesel powered generators.
The platform will provide a sustainable and green energy efficiency solution, using off-grid, PV (solar) green electrical energy generation and AI-controlled battery storage systems, that will cut nearly 90% the annual 2400 mt of carbon dioxide emissions from diesel fuel combustion, thereby dramatically reducing IMPACT’s carbon footprint at Plomosas.
President and CEO, Fred Davidson said, “We are thrilled to partner with world-class contractors including Bell Internacional and TTN Energia, backed by the world-leading innovators at Tesla as we become the first truly green mining project. Shareholders can look forward to substantial cost savings and improving profit margins, as we solidify our position as a high-grade, low-cost zinc producer. Our first mover advantage will allow IMPACT to meaningfully reduce its carbon emissions while attracting the attention of potential partners, including some the world’s most significant mining companies as we focus on growing production and exploration activity in 2024.”
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