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BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, the acclaimed global architecture firm whose groundbreaking work incorporates innovations in architecture, has collaborated with The Metals Company, a developer of lower-impact battery metals from seafloor polymetallic nodules, to remake conventional metal production for the 21st century as society embarks on the transition to a net-zero-carbon future. The Metals Company announced in March that it will merge with Sustainable Opportunities Acquisition Corporation (NYSE:SOAC) to go public on the NASDAQ in Q2 2021.
Today, The Metals Company (formerly DeepGreen), a developer of the world’s largest and highest-grade estimated source of battery metals, announced it has joined two of the European Union’s foremost industrial alliances—the European Raw Materials Alliance (ERMA) and the European Battery Alliance (EBA)—as the bloc advances its plans to become a global leader in the sustainable production of the batteries necessary to store clean energy and power electric vehicles (EVs).
Sustainable Opportunities Acquisition Corporation (NYSE: SOAC) announced that it has filed a registration statement on Form S-4 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The filing includes a preliminary proxy statement/prospectus in connection with SOAC’s proposed business combination with DeepGreen Metals Inc., a company exploring for lower-impact battery metals from polymetallic nodules lying on the seafloor.