INCLINE VILLAGE, NV / ACCESSWIRE / April 1, 2021 / American Battery Metals Corporation (OTCQB:ABML) (the “Company”), an American-owned lithium-ion battery recycling technology and advanced extraction company with extensive mineral resources in Nevada, which is in the process of changing its name to American Battery Technology Company, today announced that Nick Copping has joined the Company’s Advisory Board.
Copping is a technologist who began his career as a physicist at Cal Tech, later becoming senior research director at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Copping is a former director of corporate engineering for Hewlett-Packard and served as CEO of Atherton Technology and Computer Resources International (CRI). Copping co-founded ZOOM Marketing in 1996; in 2004 he took a sabbatical from ZOOM to become a partner at Microsoft, where he developed the Microsoft Global SI strategy. In addition to serving on multiple boards, Copping is a Senior Fellow at the Ponemon Institute, which is dedicated to independent research and education that advances the responsible use of information and privacy management practices within business and government.
“Joining the Advisory board of American Battery Metals Corporation is a unique life mission opportunity,” said Copping. “In this era of transition to green and renewable energy, American Battery Metals Corporation completes the full cycle of energy resources required to sustain generations to come.”
American Battery Metals Corporation CEO Doug Cole said, “Nick’s professional experience and enthusiasm is a renewable asset unto itself. He will be instrumental as American Battery Metals Corporation continues to grow and execute on our corporate and environmental, social, and governance initiatives.”
About American Battery Metals Corporation
American Battery Technology Company is uniquely positioned to supply battery metals through its three divisions: lithium-ion battery recycling, extraction technology, and primary resources. The Company recently announced the groundbreaking of its lithium-ion battery recycling facility in Fernley, NV, and issued a public statement outlining its principled approach to executing its ambitious business plan.
American Battery Technology Company has built a clean technology platform that increases production of primary metals used in the batteries that power electric cars, grid storage applications, consumer electronics and tools. The green platform creates a circular economy for battery metals that champions ethical and environmentally sustainable sourcing of critical materials.
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SOURCE: American Battery Metals Corporation