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Salim Bhabhrawala

Office of Manufacturing & Supply Chains, U.S. DoE

Critical Materials Program Manager

Mr. Bhabhrawala (he/his/him) is currently the Critical Materials Program Manager in the Office of Manufacturing and Supply Chains (MESC) at the Department of Energy (DOE). Prior to that, he was the Critical Materials Sector Lead at the Office of Materials Industry at the Department of Commerce. He is originally from the Detroit area and has a bachelor’s degree in international economics from Michigan State University, and a master’s degree in Global Finance from the University of Denver.

In his current role, Mr. Bhabhrawala and his team is tasked with catalyzing the development of the domestic clean energy sector industrial base through targeted investments under the provisions of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act. These investments via grants, awards, loans, and tax provisions will establish and secure domestic supply chains and recycling policies for the critical minerals needed to make the transition to a clean-green economy. Mr. Bhabhrawala currently lives on Capitol Hill in Washington DC with his partner and two children.

He also sits on several U.S. Government Diversity & Inclusion Advisory Councils and Advisory Committees.


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