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Plateau Energy Metals Inc., a Canadian based company, led by its experienced leadership team is enabling the new energy paradigm through exploring and developing its Falchani lithium project and its Macusani uranium project in southeastern Peru. The Company, with 100% control of mineral concessions covering over 93,000 hectares (930 km2 ), has significant and growing lithium resources and all reported uranium resources known in Peru, all of which are situated near infrastructure.

Our Goals

01

Through our Falchani lithium project, our goal is to develop a large, cost competitive battery grade lithium project to help meet the world’s need for sustainability through electric vehicles, technology and battery storage systems.

02

Through our Macusani uranium project, our goal is to advance one of the world’s largest and lowest cost undeveloped uranium projects to help meet the world’s need for green, clean and efficient energy.

Company Highlights

Strong Management Team & Board

  • Exploration + development + project finance leadership + operations
  • Peruvian technical, environmental, permitting + community relations teams

Consolidated Land Package

  • 100% control of 930 km2 land package in one of the world's undeveloped lithium and uranium district
  • Location: Macusani Plateau, Puno, Southeastern Peru

Excellent Infrastructure

  • Labour, water and inexpensive hydro-electric power
  • Transport (major highway 17km from camp)
  • Reagents supply in-country (H2SO4 )
  • Access to multiple ports

Mining Supportive Jurisdiction

  • Supportive govemment and local communities

Project Highlights

Falchani Lithium Project

A clean tech strategic asset

  • Supply Security (Peru)
  • Growth Potential
  • Development Potential
  • Quality
  • Excellent Infrastructure

Macusani Uranium

A green energy enabler

  • Strong Project Economics
  • Control all U3O8 Resources in Peru
  • Growth Potential
  • Excellent Infrastructure
  • Located in Peru
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