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Delta CleanTech Announces OTCQB Market Listing | 2022-01-21 | Press Releases | Stockhouse

The Company’s common shares will continue to trade on the CSE under the symbol “DELT” and on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the symbol “66C”.

listing and trading on the OTCQB is an important step allowing U.S.

Listing requirements on the OTCQB, require that companies be current in their financial reporting and undergo an annual verification and management certification process, including meeting a minimum bid price and other financial conditions.

Many governments worldwide, including Canada’s, have recently confirmed support for Carbon Taxation, this year increasing to $ 50.00/tonne and will rise to $170.00/tonne by 2030.

Companies producing these products have been featured at the Alberta Carbon Capture Technology Centre XPRIZE competition.

is a 15-year ESG-driven, recognized global technology leader in CO2 Capture, Decarbonization of Energy, Solvent & Glycol Reclamation, Blue Hydrogen Production, and Carbon Credit Aggregation and Management.

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