Brief Remarks followed by fireside chat and Q&A.
As industrial emissions are set to be the top source of emissions by 2030, surpassing the power and transportation sectors, the steel, cement, concrete, and asphalt industries are poised to be the next leaders in decreasing U.S. emissions. Panelists from some of the largest companies across these industries will discuss how they plan to leverage their existing capabilities to decrease emissions and support U.S. jobs.
Steel, cement, and concrete are some of the toughest industries to decarbonize, as emissions are inherent in their manufacturing processes. However, innovative companies are looking to manufacture these products in different ways, reducing or even eliminating emissions. Come hear from these innovators as they share their unique approaches.
Heavy industry requires high-temperature heat, and decarbonizing that heat source can provide a method to lower emissions. This panel will discuss how different companies are looking to decarbonize their heat sources – or produce that heat in a new way.
About Clean Air Task Force (CATF)
CATF is a global environmental organization working to address climate change and promote clean air by changing the policies, business practices, technologies and narratives necessary to catalyze the rapid advancement of carbon-free energy sources and other climate-protecting solutions. Learn more at catf.us.
ClearPath’s mission is to develop and advance policies that accelerate innovations to reduce and remove global energy emissions. To advance that mission, we develop cutting-edge policy solutions on clean energy and industrial innovation. An entrepreneurial, strategic nonprofit, ClearPath (501(c)(3)) collaborates with public and private sector stakeholders on innovations in nuclear energy, carbon capture, hydropower, natural gas, geothermal, energy storage, and heavy industry to enable private-sector deployment of critical technologies.