The mining company making plans for mineral extraction in the Ring of Fire is exploring wind energy and solar for their operations.
November 1, 2022 (Canadian Mining Journal):
RoF Metals explores wind power and atmospheric carbon removal for Ring of Fire mine
Ring of Fire Metals (RoF Metals), formerly Noront Resources, has begun two studies to explore using wind power and atmospheric carbon removal
“Ring of Fire Metals (RoF Metals), formerly Noront Resources, has begun two studies to explore using wind power and atmospheric carbon removal as part of planning for a net-zero emissions, Eagle’s Nest nickel-copper-PGM mine in northern Ontario’s Ring of Fire.
“Our primary focus in the development of Eagle’s Nest is to implement low emissions technologies throughout the operation, wherever possible,” said Stephen Crozier, RoF Metals VP sustainability.” Read more here. . .
November 2, 2022 (Timmins Today):
Ring of Fire miner considers harnessing the wind
Company conducts wind studies as part of its sustainability plan
“The new owners of the Eagle’s Nest nickel project in the Ring of Fire are testing the use of wind power as part of its strategy to create a zero-emissions mine in the James Bay region.
Ring of Fire Metals (formerly Noront Resources) said in a news release that it’s doing two studies exploring the use of wind power and atmospheric carbon removal.” Read more here . . .