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By Shane Lasley
Mining News 

Critical minerals war in the White House

DOI pumps brakes on efforts to ensure the U.S. has domestic minerals needed to achieve Biden's clean energy objectives North of 60 Mining News – September 2, 2022


Last updated 9/15/2022 at 3:23pm

Aerial view of Bornite exploration camp in Alaska’s Ambler Mining District.

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Ambler Metals' Bornite Camp in the Ambler Mining District, region of Northwest Alaska rich in cobalt, copper, zinc, and other minerals critical to America's clean energy ambitions.

The White House's bold clean energy ambitions, which are intricately linked to the availability of reliable supplies of the metals needed to build electric vehicles and renewable energy infrastructure, are being slowed by a tug-o-war between departments within the Biden administration.

While the departments of Commerce, Defense, and Energy are forging ahead with programs and investments aimed a...

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