The event will be live streamed here on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce website.
With efforts underway in the U.S. and other countries to reduce emissions in the electricity and transportation sectors, global energy security concerns long associated with petroleum are giving way to new “clean energy dependence” risks. Specifically, many of the key technologies necessary decarbonization – such as solar panels, wind turbines and batteries – require large quantities of certain critical minerals.
Presently, these critical minerals and manufactured end-use products containing them are largely imported, posing economic and geopolitical risks not unlike petroleum did for much of the 20th century. This discussion will examine the need for policies to address end-to-end supply chain concerns in order to facilitate continued energy innovation and emissions reductions across the economy.
Don't miss the opportunity to learn about the projects, policies and technologies shaping our energy landscape—and laying the groundwork to solve global challenges.
Christopher Guith - US Chamber of Commerce - Global Energy Institute
Sandie Raines - DOE
Representative Pete Stauber - United States House of Representatives
Simon Moore - Benchmark Mineral Intelligence
Dan Byers - U.S. Chamber of Commerce
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