Zero-emission EU industry ‘within reach’ but costly, study says

By |april 25th, 2019|aluminium, cement, Chemicals, energy intensive, Industrial Policy, News, Steel|

Bringing emissions from heavy industry down to net-zero by 2050 is possible but will require costly new production processes and a 25-60% increase in near-term capital investments to reach €40-50 billion per year, according to new research published on Thursday (25 April).

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Zero-emission EU industry ‘within reach’ but costly, study says

By |april 25th, 2019|aluminium, cement, Chemicals, energy intensive, Industrial Policy, News, Steel|

Bringing emissions from heavy industry down to net-zero by 2050 is possible but will require costly new production processes and a 25-60% increase in near-term capital investments to reach €40-50 billion per year, according to new research published on Thursday (25 April).

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Zero-emission EU industry ‘within reach’ but costly, study says

World’s first zero-emission cement plant takes shape in Norway

By |december 13th, 2018|cement, construction, News, Norway, sustainable construction|

Norway is getting closer to building the world’s first carbon-free cement plant, a move that could reverberate across the globe as 197 countries meet for the UN's annual climate conference in Katowice, Poland.

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Swiss researchers chart path to zero-emission cement

By |oktober 31st, 2018|cement, construction, News, sustainable construction|

The construction sector can cut polluting emissions up to 80% by applying efficiency measures along the whole value chain, according to new research. If combined with carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology, emissions could even be brought down to ...

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‘Invisible’ cement polluters urged to double climate efforts

By |april 9th, 2018|Carbon Leakage, cement, ETS reform, News|

European producers were singled out among the worst performers in a new environmental ranking of the world’s largest publicly-listed cement companies, published on Monday (9 April).

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