VOLT CARBON TECHNOLOGIES ANNOUNCES RESULTS OF AGM AND MANAGEMENT CHANGE
Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Nov. 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Volt Carbon Technologies Inc. (“Volt Carbon” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: VCT) (OTCQB: TORVF) is pleased to announce that the shareholders of the Company elected six (6) directors: Dr. William Pfaffenberger, Dr. David Madill, Glen Nursey, V-Bond Lee, Dr. Zhongwei Chen and Robert Martin at its Annual General and Special Meeting of the Shareholders held on November 21, 2022 (the “Meeting”). The shareholders also approved the Company’s amended stock option plan.
After careful consideration of succession planning for the future, Dr. William Pfaffenberger is resigning from the position of CEO, President, Chairman of the Board of Volt Carbon and Board Member after serving for the past 15 years. The Board of Directors has officially accepted his resignation from the Company effective Nov 25, 2022. Dr. Pfaffenberger has stated that: “I am very proud of the progress of the Company during my tenure. I would also like to thank the Board and shareholders for their steadfast support, and Dr. Zhongwei Chen for his contribution to the progress of our battery division at Guelph. I am proud of what we have accomplished and look forward to seeing future results.”
At present Dr. Pfaffenberger holds a Promissory Note for $255,000 for monies loaned to the Company. The Company will be paying off that loan and Dr. Pfaffenberger will be exercising all of his options in return. Those options are:
The Board of Directors has appointed V-Bond Lee, P. Eng, to the role of CEO, President, and Chairman of the Board in Dr. Pfaffenberger’s place. V-Bond Lee and Dr. Pfaffenberger have worked extremely closely since 2020 to steer the company and this appointment will ensure the company is managed by a proven results driven leader. Dr. Pfaffenberger stated: “V-Bond is the ideal person to take on this critical role at Volt Carbon. His broad knowledge of engineering and leadership background will ensure the future success of our mining and technology developments.”
V-Bond is a Professional Engineer with 30 years of leading edge product development and managment experience. During his career, he has successfully developed, patented and commercialized new innovations and technologies for various multi-national OEM companies. V-Bond is the Founder of Advanced Mobility Products Inc., a highly successful engineering firm providing niche engineering services in development of drivelines and electrification. In 2019, V-Bond joined Volt Carbon and has been in the Chief Technology Officer role since Sept 2021.
V-Bond commented “I am very excited to lead the next chapter for the Company, moving forward we will continue to build up our novel capabilities in both energy storage and mineral separation while putting a strategic focus on commercialization opportunities. My approach to taking this company to the next level of success will be through the continuation of the hard work our team has put into developing our mining and battery patented technologies, continuing progressive innovation and teamwork.”
About Volt Carbon Technologies
Volt Carbon is a publicly traded carbon science company, with specific interests in energy storage and green energy creation, with holdings in mining claims in the provinces of Quebec and British Columbia in Canada. For the latest information on Volt Carbon’s properties and news please refer to the website: http://www.volt carbontech.com/ .
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