Nth Cycle, the metal processing and recycling technology company, has been awarded a $250,000 grant by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) through its “InnovateMass” program.
Megan O’Connor and her start-up participated in Cohort 2 of the “Innovation Crossroads” program operated by Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Nth Cycle’s clean and modular electro-extraction technology can reliably salvage critical minerals from a variety of e-waste and low-grade mine tailings for use in new lithium-ion battery production in the U.S. Salvaging and recycling domestic critical minerals is crucial for building the clean energy future domestically.
InnovateMass is specifically designed to provide targeted, strategic support to companies deploying new clean energy technologies with a strong potential for commercialization.
Learn more about the award at this link.