Canada, U.S.A and Germany
Leveraging technology to create carbon-efficient sites across more than 270 sites is one of the key ambitions of the Plants of Tomorrow. To this end, our teams are pioneering the use of Carbon Capture, Utilization and Sequestration technologies (CCU/S) for use at sites globally. Carbon Capture technologies concentrate CO2 with the aim of giving it a second life as fuel, chemicals, building material, or safely storing it in the ground.
To work towards a net zero industry, we’re spearheading a number of innovative projects that range from converting CO2 into synthetic fuel and chemicals, producing a food-grade CO2 and using CO2 in greenhouses. Equally, through collaboration with startups, we’re developing agile and innovative solutions to get a head start on tomorrow’s challenges.
We’re also multiplying our efforts to reduce Co2 emissions by partnering with other leading multinational companies. Addressing the CO2 challenge requires a consortium of government and industry peers. To this end, Holcim is committed to working with key stakeholders to reduce emissions globally.
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Over 20 projects in Carbon Capture, Utilization and Sequestration
Achieving Holcim’s 2030 CO2 Target of 520 kg/t cementitious
Meeting Westküste100 targeted 100 percent Carbon Impact at Cement Plant
Five projects are running in Europe and North America with different objectives
Technical and Economical Demonstration of different Capture Technologies to develop solutions for later roll-out at optimized operating cost
Identifying business cases of CO2 utilization, including partners across different industrial sectors
Svante, Holcim, Oxy Low Carbon Ventures and Total launch joint study for commercial-scale carbon capture and end-use at U.S. plant
Holcim allocates CHF 160 million to reduce carbon footprint in Europe
CO2-reduction targets validated by Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi)
Carbon Capture Utilization & Storage Project in Florence, Colorado