ABOUT BUSHVELD MINERALS
Bushveld Minerals is a low-cost, vertically integrated primary vanadium producer. It is 1 of only 3 operating primary vanadium producers, owning 2 of the world’s 4 operating primary vanadium processing facilities, currently producing approximately 3,000 metric tonnes of Vanadium per annum (“mtVp.a.”), which represents ~3% of the global vanadium market. Our target is to organically grow production to more than 8,400 mtVp.a. in the medium term.
Bushveld Minerals owns a diversified vanadium product portfolio serving the needs of the steel, energy and chemical sectors. Bushveld Minerals participates in the entire vanadium value chain through its two main pillars: Bushveld Vanadium, which mines and processes vanadium; and Bushveld Energy, an energy storage component manufacturer and project developer, focused on vanadium-based energy storage systems called Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries (‘VRFBs’).
The Company is Listed on AIM on the London Stock Exchange.
A low cost, vertically integrated
primary vanadium producer.
An energy storage solutions provider,
exclusively focused on vanadium based
energy storage systems.
Our approach to project development recognizes that whilst attractive project economics are imperative, they are insufficient to secure capital to bring them to account. The philosophy has four key components:
Large, high-grade opencast deposits, primary resource base of ~550 Mt grading 1.58% – 2.02% V205. Owns 2 of the world’s 4 operating primary vanadium processing facilities with capacity to scale up production significantly, increasing its share of the vanadium market.
Through Vametco and Vanchem, Bushveld Minerals produces Nitrovan, ferrovanadium, vanadium oxides and vanadium chemicals, delivering a diversified revenue stream from the steel, chemicals and energy storage markets.
Through Bushveld Energy its subsidiary, Bushveld Minerals focuses on VRFB technology within the stationary storage market. The energy storage market is expected to grow to US$50 billion by 2027.
Bushveld Minerals’ vertical integration strategy allows it to mine, process and manufacture vanadium-based products in a single value chain and provides flexibility to maximise sales, depending on product demand dynamics