Brett Perlman joins Alex to talk about how stakeholders from Houston’s energy, policy and technology sectors are coming together to forge a route to a low carbon economy for the city.
Houston is not just the ideological center of the energy sector in the US but also in the region around it houses a large proportion of the US’s petchem and industrial complex. In this conversation, Alex talks with Brett Perlman, CEO of the Center for Houston’s Future about how stakeholders from across the city and greater Houston area are coming together to create the projects that could transform Houston’s economy, and move it from fossil fuels to hubs focused on hydrogen, ccus, electrification and circular economy. Lots to talk about here, from collaborations to lessons learned from other regions and countries.
- To learn about Center for Houston’s Future: https://www.centerforhoustonsfuture.org/
- To learn more about the scope, size and challenge required to decarbonize Houston’s industrial and power sector: https://bit.ly/market-assessment-houstons-future
- Interested in Decarb Connect’s work across the energy-intensive sectors? Find out more about our platform here: www.decarbconnect.com. We focus on the acceleration of industrial decarbonization around the globe. We do this by facilitating collaborations across the emerging decarbonization ecosystem – bringing together industrials (cement, metals and mining, glass, ceramics, chemicals, O&G), technology disruptors, investors and advisors.
- Through our membership platform, the Decarbonization Leaders Network (DLN), we gather a cross sector gathering of energy-intensive industries to share insights and experiences from those leading industrial decarbonization.
- Contact us to learn more or to get involved in the podcast series: firstname.lastname@example.org
Many thanks to Sassy and the team at Janno Media for their support and expertise in the edit and production of our series: www.jannomedia.com
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