Held September 22, 2020 | Region: EMEAI
During the past decade, renewable electricity has matured into an affordable instrument for a large-scale reduction of greenhouse gas emissions related to industrial power consumption, both through on-site deployments and green sourcing models. In order to reach the 2030 ambitions, the coming decade needs to bring solutions to tackle the bigger decarbonization challenges related to thermal needs and alternative feedstocks for industrials. As part of ener.CON Europe 2020, this presentation by Ben Moens, Managing Director, Sustainability Solutions - EMEAI from ENGIE Impact, offers a perspective on the opportunities and challenges to scaling up emission reduction of thermal applications and industrial processes.
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