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Securing America’s Supply Chains: A Discussion with Biden Administration Officials

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Manufacturing and deploying advanced energy technologies capable of providing Americans with reliable and affordable electricity will require significant supply chain investments. In February 2021, the Biden Administration signed an Executive Order to review and bolster the United States’ supply chains. Last month, on the one-year anniversary of the Executive Order, the Biden Administration released a new plan that reviews supply chain weaknesses across sectors of the economy and establishes concrete actions to institutionalize long-term supply chain resiliency throughout the federal government. With the inclusion of supply chain provisions in the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, federal agencies are navigating new authorities and an influx of funding to tackle this important issue.

To mark the one-year anniversary of the Executive Order, please join us for a panel discussion with Dr. Vanessa Chan, Chief Commercialization Officer at the U.S. Department of Energy to hear more about the Biden Administration’s strategy for establishing resilient, diverse, and secure supply chains in a variety of critical industries, including the energy sector.

Featured Participants

Panel discussion with:

Vanessa Chan
Chief Commercialization Officer, U.S. Department of Energy

Sree Ramaswamy
Senior Advisor, U.S. Department of Commerce

Moderated by:

Tanya Das
Associate Director, BPC

Additional participants to be announced

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