The energy transition from fossil fuels to low-carbon energy sources will stimulate great demand for energy storage, and batteries will play an essential role in enabling the electrification of the transportation sector and reducing the intermittency of renewable electricity generation in the power sector.
This is the fourth report in a five-part series of Atlantic Council publications, as part of a project on revitalizing the rules-based international system and positioning the United States and its allies to succeed in an era of strategic competition.
In an era of increasing global fragmentation and acute security competition, it will be, as Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has stated, “increasingly difficult to separate economic issues from broader considerations of national interest, including national security.”
Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue Senior Visiting Fellow Kaush Arha outlines the way forward for a free and open Indo-Pacific by economic security through trusted connectivity.
Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue Senior Advisor Ambassador J. Peter Pham explores how the U.S. can secure supply chains of critical minerals for the energy transition and to ensure access to materials integral to technological innovation in the 21st century.