Interactive raw materials information system provides data on around 80 mineral and energy raw materials
The German Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR) is represented at the Hannover Messe, which opened yesterday, Monday. At the booth of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate (BMWK), this central research and consulting institution of the German government focuses on various topics related to the secure and sustainable supply of raw materials. After last year’s fair was held as an online-only event, interested members of the public now have the opportunity to get to know the ROSYS raw materials information system. The application provides access to a wide variety of data on around 80 mineral commodities and energy raw materials ranging from aluminum to rare earths and oil shale. Launched in 2017, the portal underwent a major overhaul at the end of 2020 and now also includes World Bank macroeconomic data.