for critical minerals
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.
A transportation revolution is underway around the globe. The most significant shift in how people move from point A to point B since the transition from horse and buggy to Model T is beginning in earnest, bringing significant opportunities for Illinois and the Midwest.
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.
Nickel's inclusion on the critical minerals list would lend new government focus to a mineral in growing demand.
Ford announces the largest investment in its 118-year history with a decisive jump into electric vehicles.
Electrification and the wider energy transition has spurred an upsurge in commodity prices.
The IEA warns that the current supply of critical minerals will not be enough to meet the energy transition demand.
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.
Cruise intends to be the first company to test its fully driverless vehicles on the dense city streets of San Francisco.