Comstock Inc. (LODE) – Comstock Commences Material Recovery Facility Commissioning; UPLODE 24 on February 28

Natural Resources
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Thursday, February 15, 2024

Comstock (NYSE: LODE) innovates technologies that contribute to global decarbonization and circularity by efficiently converting under-utilized natural resources into renewable fuels and electrification products that contribute to balancing global uses and emissions of carbon. The Company intends to achieve exponential growth and extraordinary financial, natural, and social gains by building, owning, and operating a fleet of advanced carbon neutral extraction and refining facilities, by selling an array of complimentary process solutions and related services, and by licensing selected technologies to qualified strategic partners. To learn more, please visit

Mark Reichman, Managing Director, Equity Research Analyst, Natural Resources, Noble Capital Markets, Inc.

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Receipt of Final Permit. Comstock Metals received conditional approval from the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection for the processing of waste solar panels and photovoltaics in its new materials recovery facility in Silver Springs, Nevada. With the receipt of all required permits, Comstock Metals may now complete the installation of the process equipment, and test, commission, and start up the material recovery facility. The facility includes proprietary technologies for efficiently crushing, conditioning, extracting, and recycling metal concentrates from photovoltaics.

Supplier Commitments. Comstock Metals is receiving waste panels for processing and has commenced commissioning activities. Comstock Metals continues to secure supplier commitments and is experiencing greater than initially expected inquiries from many different sources of waste panels. Decommissioning end-of-life solar panels is accelerating in the southwest region of the United States where solar panels were adopted early. Because Comstock Metals will receive an upfront disposal fee for handling the end-of-life solar panels, Comstock Metals could begin generating cash flow with revenue recognized once the waste is processed and recycled.

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