US government to invest $17 million to strengthen country’s critical minerals supply chain

Policy & Regulation

According to the DOE, the US currently imports more than 80% of rare earth elements

The US Energy Department (DOE) has earmarked government grants of over $17 million for three projects that aim to support the design and construction of facilities that produce rare earth elements, and other critical minerals and materials from coal-based resources, the US DOE said in an announcement on Feb. 15.

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