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Watch the SAFE Center for Critical Minerals Strategy's recent webinar which convened experts from the Department of the Interior, Energy, and Defense for a webinar examining the U.S. government’s many critical minerals and materials lists to get clarity about how various departments determine what gets included on these lists and how the different methodologies may change in the future.
Most fears around Europe’s energy crisis have dissipated thanks to a warm winter and emergency measures adopted by the European Union (EU) and its members. EU countries seem to have some breathing room as they implement their ambitious plan to speed up the deployment of renewables and zero-emission vehicles
As supply chain disruptions continue and permitting remains a lengthy process, mining companies are revisiting the tailings from previous operations.
The impacts of China's power outages on manufacturing have gone global, as the ripple effects begin to emerge.
Automakers continue to bear the brunt of the worldwide computer chip shortage, as the gap between ordering and receiving chips keeps growing.
A strong Q1 after a surprising 2020 suggests vehicle electrification in the United States is on the rise. More must be done to ensure rising EV sales lift U.S. energy security with them.
The Biden administration has showed it intends for the U.S. to lead the global EV transition. Now the hard work begins.
Cruise intends to be the first company to test its fully driverless vehicles on the dense city streets of San Francisco.