Madison Metals Inc
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At Madison Metals, our team of experienced professionals are committed to innovation and sustainability, forging the future of uranium production while meeting global climate action initiative standards.

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Why Madison Metals?

Management

Management Expertise and Experience – We’ve Done It Before.

Innovation

Innovative methods to achieve greater success using sustainable, cutting-edge technologies and modern strategies.

Jurisdiction

Where operations do not adversely impact communities or the environment within the mining friendly region of Namibia.

Monetization

Madison Metals uses a unique monetization strategy to deliver maximum shareholder value, eliminating exposure to debt and interest rate inflation without decaying shareholder equity.

A Cleaner Future.

How Investors And Madison Help Provide Uranium To Power A Cleaner Future.

Namibia

Projects

Signed LOI for 85% interest into Rössing North 38,570 ha land package in Namibia Africa hosting, compliant U3O8 historic estimate with expansion potential.

Canada

Kenora U Project

The New Campbell Mines (Richard Lake Property) (K0211) were the only occurrences with drifting and a resource model estimated at 590,000 tonnes.

THE FUTURE OF
URANIUM.

Experts see Uranium as a key solution to the world’s demand for energy. As a key component of nuclear energy, investors continue to invest in the increasing demand for uranium as the world looks towards alternative, clean energies. Amid this stunning growth, Madison Metals is positioned to be one of the fastest growing sustainable uranium providers in the world.

 

WHY NUCLEAR…

.Nuclear energy meets all zero emission initiatives

.Low operating costs

.Low Footprint

.Most reliable clean energy to provide baseload power

.Nuclear provides reliable, sustainable power generation where wind and solar are online for 6 hrs per day where nuclear is always online.

.Uranium supply unable to meet current demand

.Projected production from returning mines will not be sufficient to meet the deficit

.The Russia/Ukraine conflict is worsening existing supply-demand deficit

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