Voltaic Minerals Corp. is a Lithium Exploration company based in Vancouver with 100% ownership of the Green Energy Project in the historic Paradox Basin of Utah, USA. Voltaic Minerals Corp., under MOU agreement with Enertrex Corp., will also commence development and optimization of a Selective Lithium process to potentially produce Lithium Carbonate from Lithium-bearing brines for end users. The company’s focus will be on advancing the Green Energy Project and Selective Lithium process simultaneously to provide access to the Green revolution in battery technology. The Green Energy project is located near the Cane Creek Potash Solution Mine south of Moab, Utah encompassing a total of 4,160 acres in the Paradox Basin. Historic oil and gas exploration has given way to a super saturated brine system with over 40 % dissolved solids and high Lithium values as reported in wells adjacent to the property up to 1700 mg/l. The brine encountered at 6000 ft below surface was pressurized to approximately 4,500 psi and at temperatures up to 145 degrees Fahrenheit. The Project is in close proximity to rail head, power and paved roads as well as 6 existing shut-in wells on the property itself. The next step on the Green Energy project will include detailed well log data manipulation including porosity and permeability evaluation to identify definitive drill targets for a bulk sampling work program. Simultaneously, Phase I will commence with Enertrex Corp. to determine preliminary cost metrics for the processing of Lithium brine. The Lithium brine to be processed will be synthetically formulated to match the metallurgy of the Green Energy brine as historically reported. The goal for Voltaic Minerals Corp. is to advance the Green Energy Project and Selective Lithium process to produce a 100 kg customer qualification sample and have a revolutionary Lithium processing technique which is commercially viable for impurity rich Lithium brines.