Refusing to fold: can paper manufacturers face down energy challenges?
Article - 04 Oct 2022
The paper and pulp industry is facing unprecedented challenges from the steepling rise in energy costs, but innovation could help to secure its future and meet its climate targets
Mining a rich seam of creativity: how the minerals sector is contributing to climate action
Article - 06 Sep 2022
The minerals industry in Europe supports thousands of jobs and livelihoods, and attention is turning to how to balance its energy requirements with its climate responsibilities to make the sector more sustainable
Taking the heat: how innovation could slash emissions from oil and gas refining
Article - 20 Jan 2022
New refinements to old technology could drastically reduce the electricity consumption of refinery processes by maximising the potential of waste heat to make emissions-free power
The steel industry’s quest for an emissions-free future
Article - 19 Apr 2021
As the effects of global warming continue to capture headlines around Europe, many of the region’s major industries from steelmaking to chemical production are responding to the European Union’s call to radically reduce emissions sooner rather than later
BAMBOO sets out to optimise the energy consumption of Europe’s intensive industries
Article - 01 Jul 2019
The energy transition towards a secure, competitive and decarbonised energy system is one of the major environmental challenges currently facing the energy intensive industries of the EU.