The technologies and policies that could underpin commercially viable decarbonisation

Jeffrey Rissman talks about the specific policies and technologies that are needed (many of which exist) to support industrial decarbonisation across North America

Whether you’re new to the Decarb Connect podcast or looking for an assessment of North American policy and opportunities, join Jeff Rissman and Alex Cameron to look at the cross-cutting technologies as well as industry-specific tools that could define industrial decarbonisation. We look at both energy-related emissions as well as process-related emissions – invaluable to those just starting to develop or deploy their roadmaps.

Jeff works with industry and policy makers and that experience shines through as we map out the supports (policy, funding etc) as well as the tools that industry can put to use. We also talk about Jeff’s own simulator tool (open source and free to use) that can help both industrials and policy makers model the impact of different approaches.

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Decarb Connect supports the acceleration of industrial decarbonisation around the globe. We share insights and facilitate collaborations across the emerging decarbonisation ecosystem. We look specifically at the most energy-intensive industrials from cement, metals and mining, glass, ceramics, chemicals, O&G and many more and help connect them to technology disruptors, investors and advisors.

Through the Decarbonisation Leaders Network (DLN), our members (a cross-sector network of those leading decarbonisation in energy-intensive industries) share insights and experiences as they accelerate their Net Zero plans. Check out Decarb Connect’s offerings and learn about the Decarbonisation Leaders Network members, meetups and benefits.

If you enjoyed this conversation, take a look at many more conversations and discussions about industrial decarbonisation taking place across Decarb Connect’s global event series.

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