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Ecosystem Feature: Kingston is supporting Rare Earth Elements (REEs)

For the full article see: HERE

From left to right: RXN HUB executive director Sebastian Alamillo-Falkenberg, Andrew Creese and Marc Froment of Modern Niagara, RXN HUB director of commercialisation Morgan Lehtinen, RXN HUB communications associate agent Karleigh Young at the future site of RXN HUB.

We’re thrilled to be a part of Kingston, Ontario’s dynamic push towards a circular economy in critical minerals and rare earth elements! The growth in Kingston’s cleantech ecosystem is not just a local triumph but a beacon for North America’s energy transition. Kingston’s collaborative approach not only supports the global energy transition but also fosters local economic growth and job creation.

By nurturing an ecosystem approach with local partners like Modern Niagara, KPM, City of Kingston, GreenCentre, Queen's University, St. Lawrenc College, Loyalist College and Kingston Economic Development Corp, our group aims to help create sustainable supply chains and reduce reliance on traditional mining and imports. We are proud to support the burgeoning side of renewables and look forward to the future of green technology.

We are currently scheduled to begin in take for our first ventures in early fall with site completion by Q1 2025.


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