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Critical Minerals are Key in the Energy Transition

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As the U.S. and other countries seek to transition to a clean energy economy, we are experiencing a significant increase in demand for critical minerals. Critical minerals are key ingredients for many clean technologies including car batteries, wind turbines and grid storage. The U.S. is grappling with how to build out a domestic supply chain that improves economic competitiveness and national security while addressing social and environmental concerns.

Please join us for a conversation with Senator Murkowski and key stakeholders to explore challenges and solutions for strengthening U.S. supply chains to secure reliable and sustainable critical minerals.

Featured Participants

Keynote remarks by:

Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK)
United States Senate

David M. Turk
Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Energy


Michael Maten
Senior Strategist, EV and Energy Policy, General Motors

Paramita Das
General Manager, Global Marketing and Development, Rio Tinto

Marcelle Shoop
Saline Lakes Program Director, National Audubon Society

Moderated by:

Julie Anderson
Senior Advisor, BPC

Read their full bios.

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