Decarb Connect Europe brings together heads of corporate strategy, innovation, carbon management and technical strategy. The presenters and live attendees are all from hard to abate sectors including cement, steel, oil & gas, ceramics & glass, power, utilities.
Join us to hear working examples of how the innovation-to-scale cycle is being accelerated.
Find out how to access the types of capital mobilising to help projects initiate industry pilots and scalable projects
Get the inside story from 30+ industrials, each implementing zero or low-carbon projects to tackle emissions; learn about how they are overcoming technical and systemic issues
Learn about the progress of projects in CCUS, green and blue hydrogen, & advanced energy efficiency.
Get the inside story on those companies pivoting to pursue carbon as a business model vs problem: what is the opportunity that they see, and how could it apply to y our sector?
The event will also showcase projects between major industrials and tech disruptors forging pathways to long-term decarbonisation. You’ll explore the latest results of European projects in carbon capture, carbon reuse, industrial fuel transition, hydrogen-power industrial heat, tech and analytics. You’ll examine deals done and will find out how early stage tech is being scaled to meet the needs of industries in transition.
Download our survey report into industrial decarbonisation investments and projects and take part in our latest survey on CCUS for industrial decarbonisation.
Decarb Connect regularly host webinars where key industry individuals discuss pressing issues in discussion with one of our industry partners. Get more information and sign up for upcoming events here.
Membership of the Decarbonisation Leaders Network brings the opportunity to meet with peers and cross-sector allies from across the energy-intensive sectors.
Cement manufacturers face regular production losses due to inefficiencies in their production process – like kiln throughput, cement or clinker quality, ammonia cost optimization and energy inefficiencies to name just a few. At the same time they also grapple with another, related challenge: reducing their carbon footprint, specifically regarding NOx and CO2 emissions. Stabilizing and optimizing the kiln is often key to reducing these inefficiencies, but with so many variables it’s a constant juggling act.
Decarb Connect North America brought together hundreds of heads of corporate strategy, innovation, carbon management and technical strategy responsible for decarbonization in North America. The issues facing hard-to-abate sectors are unique, and by convening sectors including cement, steel, oil & gas, ceramics & glass, power and utilities delegates were able to meet peers and potential collaborators all tasked with the same set of issues.
If you missed the event, sign up for the free Taster Pack of sessions.
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40+ speakers took part including:
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Decarb Connect’s inaugural festival connected over 380 senior execs from international hard-to-abate industries to intel, innovations and cross-industry partners that will help them accelerate industrial decarbonisation.
50+ speakers and 30+ cross-sector project reviews delivered the latest intel on CCUS, H2, energy efficiency, carbon reuse, circular economy and electrification. If you missed it, watched the free taster pack now to get a feel for the discussions and quality of participants:
Spread over 4 days, the event convened a cross-industry audience to take part in live panels and keynotes, Q&As with senior decarbonisation leaders, project updates from around the world, 1-2-1 meetings, closed-door roundtable groups…and much of this is now available in the On-Demand library.
60+ speakers shared insights and experience including:
Register your interest and join us in London from January 25 – 27, 2022 for the in-person Decarb Connect Festival, bringing C-Suite and influencers from across the global industrial decarbonisation landscape.