The global energy system has long been dependent on fossil fuels, causing geopolitical conflict and energy insecurity. However, as clean energy technologies emerge, minerals like cobalt and lithium are becoming essential for our energy system. Brian Menell, CEO of TechMet, discusses the challenges of relying on these minerals, which are mostly produced outside of the US, and the need for new sources of supply to support decarbonization efforts. TechMet, supported by the US government, invests in projects along the value chain of critical minerals.
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