Rapid changes in energy-intensive industries and industrial policy mean that decarbonisation is now firmly at the top of the agenda for harder-to-abate sectors. Our mission is to support leaders in decarbonisation to accelerate strategy and decision making, and to help them meet those valuable collaborators that turn strategy into reality.
Our membership network (Decarbonisation Leaders Network) is the root of all we do. We work closely with members to set the research agenda for reports, events, webinars and even our podcast.
Our members represent all energy-intensive manufacturing sectors. We focus on hard-to-abate sectors including cement, steel, O&G, power & utilities, ceramics and more. The events and reports support our members, but also the wider ecosystem of those leading the deployment of decarbonisation plans including COOs, CTOs, CSOs, heads of strategy, innovation/R&D, energy procurement and heads of carbon management.
If you’re leading strategy, selecting technologies, establishing high performing collaborations, initiating pilots or working out how to scale innovative projects – talk to us. Every element of our platform is designed to offer you access to insights, experience and collaborators that will help you deliver your net zero and CO2 targets.
If you are a representative of a hard-to-abate sector tasked with sourcing potential cross-industry partners or expertise, sign up for a free trial to the Decarbonisation Leaders Network (DLN).
Membership is open only to those leading strategy in energy-intensive sectors. The value comes from cross-sector sharing of intel, experience and the opportunity to build out a high-value network of people tasked with the same challenges from organisations with similar priorities and supply chains.
Designed to ensure that you can step out of your industry silo, we facilitate introductions to other industrial peers and also allow easy, direct communication between members. The ExpertBank feature of the network matches members who have questions or a need for a new perspective with peers around the world.
Join the community to tap into monthly meet ups, monthly selections of content from webinars to podcasts, reports to interviews. Members determine the content plan and we action it. .
Through our in-person summits and digital meet-ups, we ensure you access to hard-to-reach insights and information to transform your targets, plans and deployments. We carefully facilitate valuable collaborations and introductions – all with the goal of accelerating decarbonisation.
Every event is constructed to balance your need for information, networking and benchmarking. We prioritise interviews and interactions around hard-to-reach stories and data. We also give plenty of time to ensuring that you meet the right people.
Discover more about Decarb Connect’s upcoming events and who you can meet.
Our reports show that the hard-to-abate sectors are not only ready to embrace change, but that energy and true commitment to Co2 targets are ramping up. Our reports tackle issues from the general (trends, investments, strategy overviews) to the specific (point source CCUS, CO2 transport).
Find out how industrials are transforming learnings from early pilots into opportunities to drive change in their organisations – check out our insights page for downloadable reports and much more.
Join 200+ of Europe’s industrial decarbonisation leaders from 12-14 June in Antwerp, Belgium, to determine the route maps, technologies, funding and business models that will accelerate your decarbonisation plans.
Scale Up & Speed Up: Decarbonizing with the right tech and partners – Join 200+ attendees in the 3rd Annual reiteration of this event to accelerate your decarbonization strategy
Tune into this free webinar and join the panellists from Urban Future Lab at NYU, Ofgem, Glass Futures and Sasol, as they explore the enablers and barriers to scaling up decarbonisation technologies.
Watch on-demand how the combination of machine health and process health is enabling manufacturers to embrace digital transformation more holistically – across People, Planet and Profit.
Explore the outlook for CCS along with its challenges and risks, highlight the investment appetite and commercial agreement around CCS and explore what’s next for the CCS value chain.
Panel Discussion with Global CCS Institute, Japan CCS, Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, International Finance Corporation and National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN), Indonesia.