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GTAP Resource #6507

"Critical Minerals for India: Assessing their Criticality and Projecting their Needs for Green Technologies"
by Chadha, Rajesh and Ganesh Sivamani


Abstract
This paper assesses the level of criticality of 23 select minerals for India’s manufacturing sector. Various indicators quantify the criticality along the dimensions of economic importance and supply risk. Lithium, strontium, and niobium have relatively high economic importance, and heavy rare earth elements, niobium, and silicon have relatively high supply risks. This paper also projects India’s mineral needs for green technologies, including renewable electricity generation and electric vehicle manufacturing, in line with the country’s various climate change mitigation objectives over the next two decades. While India has a large mineral geological potential, many of these minerals are not readily available domestically. Hence, there will be a need for further exploration, acquiring foreign mineral assets, and strengthening supply chains.


Resource Details (Export Citation) GTAP Keywords
Category: 2022 Conference Paper
Status: Published
By/In: Presented during the 25th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis (Virtual Conference); Centre for Social and Economic Progress (working paper)
Date: 2021
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Created: Sivamani, G. (4/11/2022)
Updated: Sivamani, G. (5/29/2022)
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- Climate change policy
- Climate impacts
- Environmental policies
- Asia (South-Central)


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