Advanced Energy Minerals
Advanced Energy Minerals (AEM) is focused on manufacturing ultra pure aluminium derivative products for use in fast-growing global markets including the light emitting diode (LED), semiconductor, e-mobility and personal care.
Headquartered in Australia, AEM operates through three principal subsidiaries, two incorporated in Canada, the other in the United Kingdom.
AEM Canada owns and operates a process plant in Cap-Chat, Quebec that uses AEM's patented and proprietary technology to produce ultra pure aluminium derivative products under the SupALOX®, SupPUCK® and SupACH® brands (see www.aemcanada.com).
AEM UK is developing plans for a second manufacturing plant. Currently at the feasibility study stage, this plant will be based on a "next generation" design derived from the design of the Cap-Chat plant and will incorporate modular construction principles that will facilitate the rapid roll out of similar plants to other markets. AEM UK is conducting the feasibility study with financial support from the UK government's Automotive Transformation Fund.
AEM Technologies operates a state-of-the-art Technology Development Centre in Laval, Quebec, which is focused on developing new processing technologies for industrial minerals and supporting the implementation of those technologies both by AEM's own operations and by licensees of the company's extensive portfolio of patented intellectual property.
AEM also has access to resources though its Australian operations, where it owns highly prospective kaolin deposits in the Cape York peninsula, Queensland, suitable as a feedstock for producing ultra pure aluminium derivative products, as well as other high value uses.