Critical minerals for clean energy transition to grow 3.5 times to 2030 reports IEA

The amount of critical minerals needed for the clean energy transition is set to grow 3.5 times to 2030 according to the IEA, which has released an online critical minerals tracker alongside today’s report.

Driven by rising demand and high prices, the market size of key energy transition minerals doubled over the past five years, reaching $320bn in 2022.

As demand for metals and minerals such as lithium, nickel, cobalt, graphite, copper, aluminium, and rare earth elements soar, this interactive tool makes quantitative data and projections on these critical materials available to the public and policymakers.

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