DOE Issues RFI for Energy Sector Supply Chain Review

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The Department of Energy is seeking public insights on the energy sector industrial base and associated technologies to help inform DOE’s efforts in establishing resilient supply chains for the energy sector.

DOE is conducting a supply chain review to identify current and future threats and risks, determine conditions needed to help incentivize companies and communities in the sector and pinpoint areas where collaboration between the private sector and government is needed to broaden the energy industrial base, according to a request for information published Tuesday on Federal Register.

The department is collecting information on 14 topic areas: crosscutting topics relating to the energy sector industrial base; solar photovoltaic technology; wind energy technology; energy storage technology; electric grid; hydropower and pumped storage technology; nuclear energy technology; fuel cells and electrolyzers; semiconductors; neodymium magnets; platinum group metals and other materials used as catalysts; carbon capture, storage, and transportation materials; cybersecurity and digital components; and commercialization and competitiveness.

Responses to the RFI are due Jan. 15th

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