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US Department of Energy grants USD30 million for R&D on critical materials

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The funding has been granted to 13 national lab and university-led research projects that are working to secure the supply of critical materials such as cobalt for EV batteries

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has granted a funding of USD30 million for 13 national lab and university-led research projects to develop new technologies that will help secure the supply of critical materials required for building clean energy technologies, including the electric vehicle (EV) batteries, the government agency announced on 2 September.

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