About Greentech Minerals Holdings

Greentech Minerals Holdings (GMH) is an asset development company specializing in rare earth and critical minerals projects. We provide unparalleled access to a robust network of suppliers and buyers around the world. GMH raises public and private capital and works with vetted, reputable operational partners to develop strategic mineral assets in the United States and globally.

We pursue opportunities in:

  • Sustainable extraction and processing of strategic rare earth and critical minerals
  • Rare earth refinement and magnet manufacturing
  • Sustainable and clean energy projects.
  • Commercial, defense & consumer technology supply chain inputs
  • Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG) opportunities

About Greentech Minerals Holdings

Greentech Minerals Holdings is an asset development company that specializes in facilitating the development of rare earth and critical mineral projects. Greentech serves as the facilitator of components up and down the resource extraction supply chain. Our team’s unparalleled access to suppliers and buyers around the world enables the Greentech team to tap into its extensive network to not only raise potential public and private capital, but to work with vetted, reputable operational partners to develop strategic mineral assets in the United States and overseas.

Greentech’s areas of focus include:

  • Strategic rare earth and critical mineral sustainable extraction and processing
  • Rare Earth refinement and magnet manufacturing
  • Sustainable and Clean Energy projects.
  • Commercial, Defense & Consumer technology supply chain
  • Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG) opportunities

Our Mission and Approach

Our mission is to develop a secure and stable supply of rare earth and critical minerals to sustain demand in the areas of green energy, national security, and consumer tech.


To get us there, we’re partnering with industry leaders to build out U.S.-centric processing capabilities. GMH is focused on aligning strategic interests and investment opportunities to reduce U.S. reliance on foreign mineral processing.

Our Purpose

GMH seeks to develop a secure U.S.-allied Rare Earth and Critical Mineral supply chain with a focus on green energy, national security, and consumer technologies. Our company takes a meticulous, value-focused investment strategy to capture the emerging opportunity of capitalizing on the global rare earth and essential key commodities supply and demand divergence.

We partner with leaders in the minerals processing industry and guide them in developing key projects that meet U.S. Government needs and have large financial gains. Greentech guides these projects to successful integration with U.S. Government priorities and funding and brings in all necessary components to successfully develop strategic assets. Government policy is an important part of the effort to establish a secure U.S.-allied rare earth/critical mineral supply chain, but policy alone won’t solve the problem. Significant private investment is needed to turn U.S. policy goals into reality and help countries and communities that have the desire to develop their mineral assets but lack the proper resources.

What are Rare Earths and Why do they Matter?

Rare Earth Elements (REE) are 17 elements on the Periodic Table that serve as the backbone of the modern economy. Along with other critical minerals, REEs are essential components in virtually all modern technology, from smartphones and computer chips to fighter aircraft, wind turbines, communications satellites, and electric vehicles.

Demand for rare earths and critical minerals is driven by a growing demand for green energy and consumer technology use, such as:

  • Renewable energy: Solar panels, wind turbines, and electric vehicle batteries.
  • Health Care: Medical implants, pacemakers, surgical equipment, X-rays, MRIs, and other life-saving technology.
  • Electronic devices: Smartphones, computer chips, displays, screens, LEDs, lithium batteries, semiconductors, and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.
  • Industrial equipment: Cutting and drilling instruments, engines, and magnets.
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What are Rare Earths and Why do they Matter?

Rare Earth Elements (REE) are 17 elements on the Periodic Table that serve as the backbone of the modern economy. Along with other critical minerals, REEs are essential components in virtually all modern technology, from smartphones and computer chips to fighter aircraft, wind turbines, communications satellites, and electric vehicles.


Demand for rare earths and critical minerals is driven by a growing demand for green energy and consumer technology use, such as:
  • Electronic devices such as smartphones, computer chips, displays, screens, LEDs, lithium batteries, semiconductors, and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.
  • Medical equipment such as medical implants, pacemakers, surgical equipment, X-rays, MRIs, and other life-saving technology.
  • Industrial equipment such as cutting and drilling instruments, engines, and magnets.
  • Renewable energy products such solar panels, wind turbines, and electric vehicle batteries.
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The U.S. was once the world leader in rare earth and critical mineral extraction and processing – not anymore.

  • Today the U.S. has an extremely limited domestic processing capability and remains reliant on foreign sources for nearly 100 percent of its critical mineral needs. The U.S. simply cannot meet its future strategic and economic needs for these minerals without a stable, independent supply chain and the current reality is choking production and pricing of U.S.-based manufacturing.
  • This vulnerability demands we ensure private investment meet policy goals and that countries and communities desiring to develop their own mineral assets have the proper resources.
  • Greentech is uniquely positioned to serve as the bridge between government policy and private capital to re-establish a domestic processing capability and sustain U.S. and Western leadership in the green energy, national security, and consumer technology sectors.

The United States was once the world leader in rare earth/critical mineral extraction and processing.

  • Today the U.S. has no domestic processing capability and remains reliant on foreign sources for 100 percent of its critical mineral needs.
  • The United States has a strategic and economic need for these minerals, which are currently not supported by a stable, independent supply chain, thus choking production and pricing for U.S. manufacturing.
  • American leadership is required to help address this significant supply chain vulnerability across multiple industries. Greentech is uniquely positioned to serve as the bridge between government policy and private capital to redevelop a domestic processing capability and sustain U.S. and Western leadership in the green energy, national security, and consumer technology sectors.

Building a U.S.-Centric Processing Industry

The United States’ near-complete reliance on a foreign mineral processing supply chain puts it at a severe strategic disadvantage. If the United States and its allies are to maintain global leadership in the advancement of green energy and advanced technologies, it must become less reliant on foreign sources of processed rare earths.

Greentech is partnering with key U.S. allies and American companies, such as Texas Minerals Resources Corporation and USA Rare Earth, who are pioneering the advancement of sustainable, clean processing technology to establish a domestic industry. These efforts will result in less U.S. reliance on an unstable supply chain, create economic opportunity, and help maintain U.S. and allied technological leadership.

Building a U.S.-Centric Processing Industry

The United States’ complete reliance on a foreign mineral processing supply chain puts it at a strategic disadvantage. If the United States and its allies are to maintain global leadership in the advancement of green energy and advanced technologies, it must become less reliant on foreign sources of processed rare earths.


Greentech is partnering with key U.S. allies and American companies, such as Texas Minerals Resources Corporation and USA Rare Earth, who are pioneering the advancement of sustainable, clean processing technology to establish a domestic industry. These efforts will result in less U.S. reliance on an unstable supply chain, create economic opportunity, and help maintain U.S. and allied technology leadership.