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Electric Metals CEO Gary Lewis to Resign, Company Seeks Successor

Electric Metals (USA) Limited (TSXV: EML) (OTCQB: EMUSF) has announced the upcoming resignation of Chief Executive Officer Gary Lewis, effective March 1, 2024. The Board will oversee the transition and is currently in discussion with several top candidates to fill the role. The company, known for its commitment to clean energy through manganese and silver projects, continues its strategic operations in anticipation of a smooth leadership change.

Leadership Change at Electric Metals

Gary Lewis will assist the Board of Electric Metals in securing his successor and assures continuity until his departure. The goal is an announcement of a new CEO before his March 1 exit.

About Electric Metals (USA) Limited

The company’s flagship Emily Manganese Project in Minnesota positions it as a future domestic source of high-purity manganese, essential for lithium-ion batteries. In Nevada, it holds the Corcoran Silver-Gold and Belmont Silver projects, both with completed technical reports estimating resources. Electric Metals aims to strengthen North America’s industrial and energy sectors through its strategic mineral development.

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