NANOWEB® transparent conductive film has a wide range of applications with positive impacts on energy and resource usage.
Solar Energy: META is developing materials to improve solar energy performance, to enable new transportation applications, and to increase efficiency of stationary systems.
Geothermal: META is collaborating with Sage Geosystems to apply metamaterials to produce utility scale geothermal power at 4c per kWh, 32-60% below current cost.
META is committed to training its workforce and supports professional development for its entire staff. Part of its recruiting efforts is a strong internship program, and over the last 6 years it has already completed over 65 co-op placements, for over 55 students. In 2017, the company was named as a top Co-op Employer of the Year by Dalhousie University and was named Most Innovative Business of the year by the Halifax Chamber of Commerce. META continues to invest in STEM and collaborate with Canada’s leading Colleges and Universities. Several of META’s co-op student placements have resulted in full time employment post-graduation.
META believes that diversity drives creativity and innovation. META was one of the first companies to commit to the 50 – 30 Challenge, an initiative between the Government of Canada, business, and diversity organizations. This project aims to help businesses develop a plan to improve access to job opportunities for underrepresented populations; racialized persons, people who identify as LGBTQ, people living with disabilities, as well as First Nations, Inuit, and Métis. The goal is to have a workforce that is representative of Canada, including for positions of influence and leadership on corporate boards and in senior management.
META regularly participates in initiatives and works to measure against the goals of the 50-30 Challenge.
META's workplace continues to be inclusive of ethnic and religious diversity, which the company believes is not just a business advantage, but it has become a core business strategy.
META offers equity incentives to eligible employees. It is an equal opportunity employer, attracting talented employees and encouraging diversity and equality. META has worked hard to build a culture of inclusion and diversity across the organization.
META’s new 68,000 square foot R&D and manufacturing process development facility is situated on the outskirts of Halifax Nova Scotia in a location that is accessible to both inner city and suburban communities. The new facility will provide additional job opportunities for all the communities around the area and is centrally located, situated on public transit routes, and is close to major arteries that connect to all Metropolitan Halifax. META expects to move its current HQ (Woodside, Dartmouth) to the new facility in 2022.
Metamaterial is committed to good corporate governance practices. In accordance with guidelines recommended by securities regulators, our board of directors has formed an Audit Committee, a Governance and Nominating Committee, and a Human Resources and Compensation Committee. Our board, with the support of these committees, is responsible for enhancing and preserving long-term shareholder value and ensuring that Metamaterial conducts business in an ethical and safe manner.
Metamaterial, its directors, officers,and employees are governed by the following corporate governance mandates,charters and policies:
Mandate for the Board of Directors