HPQM plans to become a top 3 producer/supplier of High Purity Quartz Sand.
High Purity Quartz Sand is a necessary raw material essential for the manufacture of solar PV and semiconductors.
HPQ Materials fundamentals are strong and aligned with climate change and innovation agendas in the high growth Solar PV and Electronics sector.
HPQM provides a unique exposure to the solar PV and semiconductor supply chains in markets where demand is booming and access to high quality raw materials is key (analogous to battery storage/lithium markets).
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Supplying products to key markets: Solar, Semiconductor and Speciality Quartz Applications.
The company has at its core a focus on delivering quality products of exceptional purity.
Management have a strong track record of delivering projects on time and as planned.
With ownership of raw materials and processing capabilities, HPQM is a fully integrated supplier of High Purity Quartz Products.
HPQM is focused on delivering a range of raw materials into a range of high tech applications.
High end optics, speciality glass.
High purity quartz sand for solar crucibles and quartzware.
Ultra high purity quartz sand for semiconductor crucibles and grade tooling.
An experienced dedicated management team covering all necessary disciplines.
Latest corporate, solar and quartz related news.
The Mining Plus team at work, analysing an awesome ultra high purity quartz deposit for a very unique set of products!
Richard De Leon – Senior Mining Consultant and Andrew Bales – Geology Consultant, recently visited and assessed a granted mining lease in Far North Queensland held by High Purity Quartz Materials. Great to see our team assisting to “get it right the first time” with the site flagged to be the first mine of its[…]
12:15 AM – 4 Apr 2019 HPQ Materials wins the 2nd #MinesandMoneyAsia pitch battle. Congratulations! pic.twitter.com/T3wLbzOGva — Mines and Money (@MinesAndMoney) April 4, 2019
Sep 06, 2018 1:03 PM BST By Finlay Colville, Head of Research, PV-Tech & Solar Media Ltd., Solar Media. Much has been written and voiced over the past couple of months in the PV industry, following the so-called China-531 policy announcement that finally provided a wake-up call to Chinese manufacturers that their domestic end-market was not going[…]
The processor that makes your laptop or cell phone work was fabricated using quartz from this obscure Appalachian backwater. BY VINCE BEISER https://www.wired.com/story/book-excerpt-science-of-ultra-pure-silicon/ FRESH FROM CHURCH on a cool, overcast Sunday morning in Spruce Pine, North Carolina, Alex Glover slides onto the plastic bench of a McDonald’s booth. He rummages through his knapsack, then pulls[…]
By Tom Kenning Mar 14, 2018 7:57 AM GMT Having just reached the 100GW annual capacity level, the solar manufacturing industry must hit another 100GW within three years to meet demand, according to prominent industry figure Pierre Verlinden, who until recently was the long-standing chief scientist of ‘Silicon Module Super League’ (SMSL) member, Trina Solar.[…]
By Finlay Colville, Head of Solar Intelligence, Solar Media. Mono c-Si cell production is forecast to account for 49% of all c-Si cell production in 2018, and will become the dominant technology used in the PV industry by 2019, according to new research contained in the latest release of the PV Manufacturing & Technology Quarterly[…]
HPQ Materials is pleased to announce that all seed round works including Groundworks and Drilling have been successfully completed safely and under budget with high purity quartz encountered at depth. After completing a successful seed round funding in early December 2016, the Company immediately launched a preliminary drilling and sampling campaign at the Sugarbag Hill[…]
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Quartz has been exploited by humans since prehistoric times. The Roman naturalist and philosopher Pliny the Elder contemplated clear quartz and argued it must be a form of petrified ice, created over an immense length of time. Given the limitations of Ancient science, Pliny’s assessment was noteworthy for at least recognising some kind of geological force[…]
The impact: $73 billion in new investment in the U.S. By Tom Randall The clean-energy boom is about to be transformed. In a surprise move, U.S. lawmakers agreed to extend tax credits for solar and wind for another five years. This will give an unprecedented boost to the industry and change the course of deployment[…]