Unlock the net zero potential of your cement plant

The CCUS advantage

Carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) is not a new technology, yet implementing it has its own complexities and challenges. We want to overcome these challenges and leverage the biggest opportunity CCUS can offer your cement plant: the key to net zero emissions.

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CCUS is the cornerstone of net zero cement

The largest share of emissions (36%) from a cement plant can be reduced with carbon capture..
The urgent need for climate action requires us to act now. Therefore, we gathered some key information on this page to keep you up to speed on why you need carbon capture at your plant, what to consider when getting started with carbon capture, what supportive policies and funding schemes are available in different countries and how to reduce risks during project development and execution.
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3 reasons to act now

  • : $1.7 trillion
    will be invested in clean technologies in 2023 (IEA)
  • : 10

    cement plants

    should already have the CC technology applied at industrial scale by 2030 (GCCA)
  • : 20%
    CO2 reduction per tonne of cement by 2030 (GCCA)

Carbon capture optimisation: add heat reduce risk

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Webinar on demand: How to optimise carbon capture with advanced energy integration at your cement plant

Which carbon capture technology designs have a low energy consumption? How can competitive energy performance be achieved with the right carbon capture technology design? How can waste heat recovery be optimised to ensure a high energy yield? And is energy integration the key to successful carbon capture?
In this 45-minute webinar, two carbon capture experts will take you through key considerations. Sign up using the link below to receive the recording.
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How to decarbonise your cement plant with carbon capture

Gain an overview of the steps you need to take to decarbonise your cement plant. In this quick guide you will find:
  • Why do you need carbon capture at your cement plant
  • Five steps to consider when getting started with carbon capture
  • Supportive policies and funding schemes for the United States, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and the Netherlands
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Get in touch with us

  • Burçin Temel McKenna

    Global Head of Carbon Capture