Targray has been honored with the 2018 Clean50 Award for its contribution to clean capitalism and sustainability in Canada. Andrew Richardson, long-time President of Targray, has accepted the award in the “Renewable Energy” category on behalf of all company employees.
International lithium-ion battery material supplier Targray showcases its high-performance, cost-competitive product lines for lithium-ion cell manufacturers at The Battery Show 2017.
Created following a 2-year pilot program and multiple rounds of customer consultations, Targray’s innovative 24/7 biodiesel solution for the convenience store segment provides a simplified approach to biofuel procurement that likens itself to purchasing standard diesel.
The nomination highlights Targray’s unique turnkey biodiesel solution, designed to enable fuel retailers and transport fleets to become more profitable, competitive and cost-efficient while helping to create a sustainable economy for future generations.
In addition to hosting meetings with customers and partners throughout the week, the Targray Solar Exhibit Center (booth W2-325) is presenting visitors with the company’s industry-leading portfolio of solar materials, including its newly introduced cutting-edge PV Backsheet materials, delivered in collaboration with German Photovoltaics Manufacturer Isovoltaic.
Certified by UL, TÜV Rheinland and RoHS, Targray Solar Junction Boxes offer exceptional heat dissipation and durability, with casings designed to withstand a variety of weather conditions. They have been developed to provide photovoltaics manufacturers with an efficient solution that will perform consistently in a wide range of climates.
In his role as President, Richardson has led Targray’s evolution from a 19 million US$ optical disc material distributor to one of the fastest-growing suppliers of biodiesel fuel, solar PV materials and battery materials in the world, with total revenues of 305 million US$ in 2015.
The CACC is a unique partnership of government and corporate organizations from every corner of the Chicago metropolitan area. Representing private businesses, educational and research institutions, fuel providers, utilities and environmental organizations, the organization works towards encouraging the use of clean fuel and clean fuel vehicles in and around the Chicago area.
A joint initiative by the American Lung Association and the Illinois Soybean Association, the Illinois B20 Club is devoted to promoting clean air in the communities served by its members and to supporting Illinois farmers while keeping their engines running on America’s first advanced biofuel.
Targray announced distribution partnership with Litarion GmbH (Litarion), a German EV electrode manufacturer and wholly owned subsidiary of Electrovaya Inc. (TSX: EFL). Targray’s partnership with Electrovaya-Litarion will cement the company’s presence as a single source for a range of li-ion battery materials and components, easily accessible by North American manufacturers seeking a streamlined, cost-effective distribution channel.