The Metals Company was founded in 2021 through the merger of DeepGreen and the Sustainable Opportunities Acquisition Corporation, to scale nodule collecting and onshore processing systems.
We produce metals from polymetallic rocks to power electric vehicles. For over a decade, we’ve been exploring the planet’s largest known deposit of battery-grade metals: nodules on the seafloor of the Clarion Clipperton Zone in the Pacific Ocean. During this time, our onshore team has developed and successfully deployed a metallurgical system to derive key battery-grade metals from these remarkable rocks while generating zero solid processing waste. TMC is committed to using renewable energy to power its facilities and develop a circular business model where the metals we process are used and reused for milllennia to come.
Our team is made up of scientists, environmentalists, engineers, architects, and business leaders who see the climate crisis as the biggest challenge of our time. Electric vehicles and renewable energy are a key part of the solution, but scaling these technologies will require hundreds of millions of tons of new metals. Polymetallic nodules represent the cleanest source of battery grade metals on the planet and the best path forward.
Nickel sulfate hexahydrate
Cobalt sulfate heptahydrate