CRM supply-chain analysis of Energy, ICT and electronics and Transport sectors: CRM_InnoNet Deliverable D4.4

Ulla-Maija Mroueh, John Bachér, Henna Punkkinen, Aymeric Brunot, Lisa Bolin, Selim Stahl, Kristina Bette, Elmer Rietveld, Catherine Joce

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Abstract

The report summarises the results of analysis of the energy, ICT and electronics and transport sectors to identify critical raw material (CRM) dependencies as well as economic and strategic relevance of CRM containing applications for Europe. The analysis gives indications which applications could be under threat and which future opportunities for industries can be identified related to these applications.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages50
Publication statusPublished - 2014
MoE publication typeD4 Published development or research report or study

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Keywords

  • critical raw materials
  • criticality
  • economic relevance supply chain analysis
  • energy
  • transport
  • ICT and electronics

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Mroueh, U-M., Bachér, J., Punkkinen, H., Brunot, A., Bolin, L., Stahl, S., ... Joce, C. (2014). CRM supply-chain analysis of Energy, ICT and electronics and Transport sectors: CRM_InnoNet Deliverable D4.4.
Mroueh, Ulla-Maija ; Bachér, John ; Punkkinen, Henna ; Brunot, Aymeric ; Bolin, Lisa ; Stahl, Selim ; Bette, Kristina ; Rietveld, Elmer ; Joce, Catherine. / CRM supply-chain analysis of Energy, ICT and electronics and Transport sectors : CRM_InnoNet Deliverable D4.4. 2014. 50 p.
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CRM supply-chain analysis of Energy, ICT and electronics and Transport sectors : CRM_InnoNet Deliverable D4.4. / Mroueh, Ulla-Maija; Bachér, John; Punkkinen, Henna; Brunot, Aymeric; Bolin, Lisa; Stahl, Selim; Bette, Kristina; Rietveld, Elmer; Joce, Catherine.

2014. 50 p.

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