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FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTThis Presentation includes and is based on forward-lookinginformation and statements that are subject to risks anduncertainties. All statements within, other than statementsof historical fact, are to be considered forward looking.There can be no assurances that such statements willprove accurate and, therefore, readers are advised to relyon their own evaluation of such uncertainties. To the bestof management’s knowledge the information throughoutthe Presentation is revised and up to date.This presentation has been reviewed by Christopher Taylor,P.Geo., a Qualified Person for the purpose of NationalInstrument 43-101. TSX.V:EMI 2
INTRODUCTION• Electric Metals Inc. is a Canadian rare earth element exploration company that publicly trades on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol "EMI”• The company is committed to maximizing asset growth and shareholder value through identifying, exploring and acquiring high development potential rare earth deposits• Since commencing operations in 2009, Electric Metals has proven its ability to acquire these highly prospective properties TSX.V:EMI 3
SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAMTony M. Ricci, CA, President & Director• Current Corporate Secretary and Executive VP at Keegan Resources Inc.; formerly director and CFO of Norsemont Mining Inc. and CFO of both Petaquilla Minerals Ltd. and Petaquilla Copper Ltd., companies with a combined market capitalization approaching $1 billion• Extensive experience with capital raise, corporate finance and mergers & acquisitionsChris Taylor M.Sc, P.Geo, Vice President of Exploration• Economic geologist and explorationist; extensive experience with porphyry copper gold, epithermal gold, VMS, and lithium brine exploration projects with both mid-tier producer & junior mining companies• Professional Geologist holding Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Earth Science & Master of Science degree in Structural Geology from Carleton UniversityDesmond M. Balakrishnan, LL.B, Corporate Secretary• Holds Bachelor of Law from the University of Alberta & Bachelor of Arts from Simon Fraser University; Partner of McMillan LLPs Corporate Finance/Securities Law Group since 1994• Member of the Law Society of BC, the Vancouver Bar Association, Canadian Bar Association & is a recipient of Business in Vancouvers "Top 40 Under 40“Zula Kropivnitski, Chief Financial Officer• Former Controller of Sacre-Coeur Minerals & African Queen Mines Ltd.• Master of Mathematics & Master of Economics degree from Russia, CGA designation in British Columbia & ACCA designation from Association of Chartered Certified Accountants TSX.V:EMI 4
BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND ADVISORSTony M. Ricci, CA, Director• Current Corporate Secretary and Executive VP at Keegan Resources Inc.; formerly director and CFO of Norsemont Mining Inc. and CFO of both Petaquilla Minerals Ltd. and Petaquilla Copper Ltd., companies with a combined market capitalization approaching $1 billionPatrick McAndless, B.Sc (Honours) P.Geo, Director• Current VP of Exploration for Imperial Metals Corp. & former recipient of APEGBCs C.J. Westerman Memorial Award, H.H. "Spud" Huestis Award for Excellence in Prospecting and Mineral Exploration & the Northern BC Prospector of the Year Award• Professional Geoscientist holding a Bachelor of Science Degree (Honours Geology) from the University of British ColumbiaGilles Arseneau, P.Geo, Director• Over 25 years of experience in exploration project management and has extensive knowledge of geostatistical mineral resource estimations and reserve audits• Served three years as Manager of Geology for the TSX Venture Exchange & is currently Manager of Geology for a senior engineering consulting group based in VancouverDr. Anthony Mariano, Ph.D., Advisor to the Board• Geologist with extensive field & laboratory experience in exploration & economic geology with primary focus on carbonatites, alkaline rocks & rare metals• Consulted to Molycorp Inc., Companhia Brasileira Metalurgia e Mineracau (CBMM), Rare Element Resources & the United Nations; has authored numerous technical publications, reports and patentsDr. David M. Stone, Ph.D., P.Eng., MBA, Director• 30 years engineering & financial consulting experience to underground and surface metal mines worldwide• BA Sc. in geological engineering from the University of British Columbia & PhD in civil engineering at Queens University in Kingston where he also returned to complete an MBADon Currie, Director• More than a decade of experience raising capital and marketing resource exploration companies• Known for strong communication skills & network of contacts within the financial community & resource media that extends across North America and Europe TSX.V:EMI 5
SHARE STRUCTUREIssued & Outstanding 46,231,762Warrants 15,750,000Options 4,605,000Fully Diluted 66,586,762 *As at March 31, 2011 TSX.V:EMI 6
INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS• Electric Metals is focused on the exploration of rare earth elements with properties in two leading Canadian REE exploration districts• Current projects include the Chuchinka property in central British Columbia and the Abitibi properties in the Montviel area of Quebec• 2011 exploration program has commenced at Chuchinka• EMI has an option to earn a 75% interest in the Chuchinka property and a 100% interest in the Abitibi properties• A global supply deficit of rare earth elements has driven up prices more than tenfold since 2009• Increasing dependence on technology has also led to increased demand for rare earth elements TSX.V:EMI 7
CHUCHINKA PROJECT• 2,268 hectare (5 claims) contiguous to and adjoining Spectrum Mining Corp’s recently reported rare earth discovery• Located 80 km northeast of Prince George, BC via Highway 97• Spectrum Mining reported significant rare earth element mineralization on its Wicheeda carbonatite-syenite breccia intrusive complex rare earth discovery• Highlights from Wicheeda include three separate drill holes containing: o 48.64 metre interval which averaged 3.55% rare earth elements (“REE”) o 72.0 metre interval which averaged 2.92% REE o 144 metre interval which averaged 2.20% REE TSX.V:EMI 8
CHUCHINKA PROJECT• Phase 1exploration to define drill targets within several anomalies, the largest of these measuring 4km by 1km – commenced in June• Phase 2 exploration will consist of trenching and a diamond drill program to test high-priority zones identified in the phase 1 program TSX.V:EMI 10
MONTVIEL PROJECT• Consists of 8 claim blocks in the Abitibi region of Quebec with certain blocks within 15 kilometres of Geomega Resources Inc.’s (TSX-V: GMA) Montviel property o The Abitibi claims total 21,600 hectares (216 square kilometres)• Abitibi claims cover most of the known syenite occurrences surrounding the Montviel syenite-carbonatite complex o Geomega drilling recently returned results of 485 metres of 1.44% TREO including 111 metres of 2.09% TREO TSX.V:EMI 11
MONTVIEL PROJECT• Four of the 8 local syenite complexes have already been confirmed to host carbonatite• Historical drilling has intersected carbonatite similar to that which hosts REE mineralization at Montviel, but was not assayed for REE at the time• Syenite-carbonatite complexes were emplaced along two major structural corridors o The Abitibi claims cover most of the known syenite occurrences that have intruded these trends o Remaining syenites of the Abitibi claims may also be prospective for carbonatite emplacement and associated REE mineralization o Potential to host additional favourable REE hosting lithologies• The Abitibi claims present a large-scale, highly prospective target in Canada’s new REE district TSX.V:EMI 13
CONTACT ELECTRIC METALS INC. Suite 302, 750 West Pender Street Vancouver, BC, Canada V6C 2T7 Tel: 604.681.0084 Fax: 604.681.0094 www.electricmetalsinc.com INVESTOR RELATIONS Richard Fonseca Tel: 604.681.0084 ext. 32 firstname.lastname@example.orgTSX.V:EMI 14