The Decarb Connect Digital Festival is a global initiative that champions and accelerates the strategies & solutions that can fast track decarbonisation in the toughest-to-abate sectors. The festival takes place from 26-28 January 2021 with 300-400 senior leaders from cement, steel, chemicals, glass, ceramics, utilities, oil & gas.
The festival brings together industrials, investors, policymakers and technology innovators - all sharing evidence-based strategies and road maps showing the route to decarbonisation.
The Carbon Trust is partnering with Decarb Connect to support the network and expertise-sharing that will help energy-intensive companies to be inspired and energised as they adapt and deploy their net zero plans.
Tom Delay, chief executive, the Carbon Trust will be joining one of the opening discussions on Day One (26 January), exploring the reality of the technology landscape to identify those solutions which really have the potential to scale in time to deliver net zero 2050.
Clients, stakeholders and supports of the Carbon Trust can take advantage of a 30% discount on any ticket purchased before 22 January 2021 – use this code when you book: TRUST30
For more information on the festival contact Decarb Connect at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Decarbonisation in hard to abate sectors: driving through deadlock to achieve ambitious goals
2020 was not an easy year for anyone and for decarbonisation leaders in hard to abate industries, who are working to drive major change within their sector, the coronavirus crisis has added another layer of complexity.
However, this report shows the hard to abate sectors are not only ready to embrace change, but that energy and a real commitment to targets is ramping up.
Find out how industrials are transforming learnings from global lockdowns into opportunities to drive change in their organisations. Companies have pushed ahead with pilots, projects and collaborations – and the report points to evidence of an acceleration towards decarbonisation on an unprecedented scale.