Steel, cement, chemicals and aluminium, basic materials that feed into Europe’s industrial value chains, are essential for the European economy and prosperity; they also account for over half of industrial emissions. Decarbonising industry requires using green energy, new processes, material efficiency and circularity. As these industries look to reinvest heavily by 2030, it is crucial these investments serve to kick-start the necessary industry transformation to climate neutrality.
Climate-neutral industry in Europe
Industry accounts for 20% of greenhouse gas emissions today. How can industry contribute to climate neutrality goals? Which sectors are the main emitters? What can be done to decarbonise fast? Our expert walks you through the complex challenges ahead.
Tomorrow’s markets today
This project examines solutions for developing market demand for climate-neutral basic materials, materially efficient product design and increased use of recycled materials in industrial products as an essential pillar of the Green Deal and [...]
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Policy instruments for supporting renewable hydrogen
Policy support for those applications that really need renewable hydrogen to become climate-neutral.
A Clean Industry Package for Europe
The European industry has the technological solutions at hand to support the EU in raising its 2030 climate targets and reach climate neutrality by 2050. What’s needed now is a strong policy framework to kick-start investments in [...]
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