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Skillings Mining Review Profiles American Vanadium in Its February 2014 Issue

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For February 2014, Skillings Mining Review's monthly series "Profiles in Mining" features an interview with American Vanadium's President, CEO and Director Mr. Bill Radvak.

Walnut, CA, February 22, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Mr. Radvak joined American Vanadium as President and CEO in January, 2010. He spearheaded the company’s transition from a mineral exploration company...

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Skillings Mining Review Profiles American Vanadium in Its February 2014 Issue

Feb 22 2014, 12:10pm CST | by

For February 2014, Skillings Mining Review's monthly series "Profiles in Mining" features an interview with American Vanadium's President, CEO and Director Mr. Bill Radvak.

Walnut, CA, February 22, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Mr. Radvak joined American Vanadium as President and CEO in January, 2010. He spearheaded the company’s transition from a mineral exploration company into a vertically integrated energy storage company with the execution of the Master Sales Agreement for North America with GILDEMEISTER to market the world’s leading CellCube vanadium redox flow energy storage system.

At American Vanadium, he guided the Gibellini Project in Nevada through a positive feasibility study and into the environmental permitting process. American Vanadium Corp. is an integrated energy storage company that markets and sells GILDEMEISTER’S CellCube vanadium redox flow batteries in North America.

The CellCube energy storage system is regarded as a milestone in the history of regenerative energy management. Whether in combination with photovoltaic, wind power stations, biogas generators or in parallel grid operation - the vanadium redox flow energy storage system guarantees uninterrupted power supply. American Vanadium is also developing the only vanadium mine in the United States, providing a critical source of vanadium electrolyte for CellCube energy storage systems.

The Company’s Gibellini Vanadium Project, located in Nevada, is being designed to economically produce vanadium electrolyte for the energy storage industry, as well as vanadium products for the steel and alloying industries. Utilizing GILDEMEISTER’s commercialized CellCube energy storage system and American Vanadium’s supply of high purity vanadium electrolyte, the companies together present a unique opportunity to cooperate in the US to supply the energy storage and renewable energy market.

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