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To achieve carbon reduction targets as we move increasingly away from the use of fossil fuels, the infrastructure of electricity generation and transport will change as wind generation and electric vehicles become more important. Both of these require very specific materials, the so-called E-tech elements, and the ability of the mining industry to supply these is a matter of strategic significance.

This project sets out to develop a generic approach to understanding and modelling the supply chain through Material Flow Analysis, uniquely adding a geological component with associated spatial visualisation and uncertainty.

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This SoS Minerals Catalyst project sets out to understand and model the supply chain for E-Tech elements through Material Flow Analysis, uniquely adding a geological component with associated spatial visualisation and uncertainty.

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