"It always seems impossible, until it's done. Nelson Mandela"
TAM Holdings Limited is an integrated technology and mineral company focused on developing an exclusive clean energy storage supply chain with its licensed TAM ENERGY Vanadium Redox Flow Battery technology, patented & licensed process technologies (TAMBIO, TAMVAN, TAMCHEM, TAMGIT) and it’s wholly owned and strategic vanadium resource base in Mpumalanga Province South Africa.
TAM Holdings is powered by the Gideotech Group which is an Innovation & Technology Holding Group invested in a number of disciplines and industries. The objective of TAM is to become a leading player in the Africa market for strategic mineral resources & sustainable energy storage solutions.
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“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” – Walt Disney
TAM is committed to cleaning up the environment and has subsequently invested in strategic mineral stockpiles.
⚙️ Excellent location in South Africa mining belt.
⚙️ Huge Mineral Stockpiles(Fe,Ti,V) in excess of 21Mt.
⚙️ Potential expansion to more than 60Mt reserves.
⚙️ Primary Products: Iron Oxide, Titanium Dioxide & Vanadium Pentoxide.
The TAM Group has developed and licensed unique process technology for its projects and continues to develop new technology both in-house and with strategic partners.
The following processes have been developed or licensed:
🖋 TAMGIT (Innovative Smelting Technology)
🖋 TAMVAN (Vanadium Pentoxide Extraction)
🖋 TAMCHEM (Hydrometallurgical Processing)
TAM ENERGY has secured an International License for the manufacturing of VBOT (Vanadium Battery Oxide Technology).
❖ World class Vanadium products tailor made for Vanadium Redox Flow Battery Technology.
❖ Innovative Vanadium Electrolyte Technology.
❖ Cost efficient and customizable to end user(s) specifications.
❖ Current commercialization negotiations with major industrial company.
TAM Holdings Limited is a subsidiary of:
Technology & Mineral Holdings (Pty) Ltd and powered by the Gideotech Group of companies.
Mr. Gideo van der Merwe (Inventor & Founder of Gideotech) had the vision to develop a sustainable energy storage business with a primary focus on vanadium redox flow battery (VRFB) technology.
As is evident in the history of vanadium, the mineral has been subject to severe fluctuation in price over the past decade. Such price fluctuations have seen several VRFB startups disappear as high vanadium prices make such batteries to expensive.
This motivated TAM Holdings to search for and acquire the cheapest vanadium resource it could find and TAM today owns a vanadium resource in excess of 21 million tons of Fe-Ti-V, already stockpiled as a Calcine facility.
The acquisition of this resource didn’t come without severe challenges, however, we have stood fast, invested significantly and developed what we believe to be unique processes and technologies to beneficiate our resources, while simultaneously solving significant environmental problems in our area.
We believe that we now have the cheapest resource of its kind known in the industry and are excited about commercialising our projects.
Founded in 2017, the TAM Group is comprised of a dedicated and passionate team of engineers, inventors, scientists and business leaders who have been working for over 4 years to commercialize a revolutionary energy storage solution for Africa, at the most affordable rates possible.
Our energy storage solutions can be used wherever economical and safe energy storage is needed. Energy storage applications are vast and growing rapidly in the modern world, and TAM is proud to offer solutions that are safe, reliable, cost effective and versatile, to meet the most stringent needs of today’s ever-changing energy landscape.
We are committed to making our planet a better place to live in, a renewable energy-powered future that is enabled by reliable and safe energy storage, and a greener and better world for the next generations.
Together with our strategic partners, TAM is poised to modernize Africa’s grid and deliver electricity where there alternatively, there may be none.