TORONTO, Ontario – November 29th , 2022 – Black Swan Graphene Inc. (“Black Swan” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SWAN) (OTCQB: BSWGF) is pleased to announce President & CEO Simon Marcotte joining Natalie Stoberman in the Proactive studio to share more insight on how graphene is becoming an economic and environmentally friendly alternative in construction materials and more.
About Black Swan Graphene Inc.
Black Swan Graphene Inc. is focused on the large-scale production and commercialization of patented high-performance and low-cost graphene products aimed at several industrial sectors, including concrete, polymers, Li-ion batteries, and others, which are expected to require large volumes of graphene. Black Swan aims to leverage the low cost and green hydroelectricity of the province of Québec as well as the proximity of the eventual graphite production sites of the province in order to establish a fully integrated supply chain, reduce overall costs, and accelerate the deployment of graphene usage. Black Swan’s graphene processing technology was developed by Thomas Swan & Co. Ltd (“Thomas Swan”) over the last decade. Thomas Swan is a United Kingdom-based global chemicals manufacturer, with a century-long track record and has been at the forefront of graphene innovation.
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Black Swan Graphene Inc. on behalf of the Board of Directors
Simon Marcotte, CFA, President & Chief Executive Office
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Paul Hardy, Vice President – Corporate Development
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