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European Cement Decarbonisation Summit 2024

Posted on: March 22nd, 2024 by ccsaEditor

The European Cement Decarbonisation Summit 2024 will take place in Hamburg on the 30th & 31st October. Attendees will be able to connect with other leaders of the industry about innovative technologies, best practices, and policy initiatives aimed at reducing the carbon footprint of cement production.

Experienced, senior-level speakers from Cement Producers, Construction Companies, Carbon Capture Providers, Mining Companies and many more will share their insights and experiences, providing valuable perspectives on the challenges and opportunities in decarbonising.

The conference will also provide a platform for networking and collaboration among professionals and stakeholders interested in sustainable construction. Overall, the event promises to be an informative and engaging opportunity for those involved in the industry to explore solutions for reducing its environmental impact.

For more information and to register for tickets visit the conference website here.

Decarbonising the Industrial Clusters

Posted on: March 8th, 2024 by ccsaEditor

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers are holding a seminar on Tuesday, 16th April 2024 in Teesside on ‘Decarbonising the Industrial Clusters’.

Join this seminar to find out more about the lessons learned and technological advances from these clusters and how they can be used to accelerate decarbonisation in wider industries.

Find out more and register here.

Innovation Zero

Posted on: February 29th, 2024 by ccsaEditor

Innovation Zero is the UK’s largest net-zero congress, taking place on 30 April – 1 May 2024 at Olympia, London.

Supported by the UK Government, this event connects 12,000+ innovators, investors, funders, policymakers, and businesses across multiple sectors, to accelerate the transition towards a low carbon economy and society.

With a world-class conference programme consisting of 200+ sessions across 14 specialised forums including energy, finance, transport, industrial, infrastructure, and advanced technology, delegates can delve into cutting-edge insights, unveiling new policies, game-changing announcements, and emerging trends. The event also showcases 350+ technology and solution providers, offering a first-hand look at the latest innovations and investment
opportunities that are shaping the low carbon landscape.

New for 2024 is the dedicated Infrastructure Zero event, which will run in parallel to Innovation Zero, attracting investors and leaders in low carbon and green infrastructure.

For anyone who develops, produces, deploys, and funds low carbon solutions, Innovation Zero is an essential meeting place for announcements,
partnerships, deal-making, and collaborations. Find out more on the conference website here.

Tickets are free until the 1st April – Register here!

Innovation Zero

Posted on: February 29th, 2024 by ccsaEditor

Innovation Zero is the UK’s largest net-zero congress, taking place on 30 April – 1 May 2024 at Olympia, London.
Supported by the UK Government, this event connects 12,000+ innovators, investors, funders, policymakers, and businesses across multiple sectors, to accelerate the transition towards a low carbon economy and society.

With a world-class conference programme consisting of 200+ sessions across 14 specialised forums including energy, finance, transport, industrial, infrastructure, and advanced technology, delegates can delve into cutting-edge insights, unveiling new policies, game-changing announcements, and emerging trends. The event also showcases 350+ technology and solution providers, offering a first-hand look at the latest innovations and investment
opportunities that are shaping the low carbon landscape.

New for 2024 is the dedicated Infrastructure Zero event, which will run in parallel to Innovation Zero, attracting investors and leaders in low carbon and green infrastructure.

For anyone who develops, produces, deploys, and funds low carbon solutions, Innovation Zero is an essential meeting place for announcements,
partnerships, deal-making, and collaborations. Find out more on the conference website here.

Tickets are free until the 1st April – Register here!

 

The CCSA is delighted to be exhibiting at Innovation Zero. Book your own stand with Oliver and quote ‘CCSA’ for exclusive offers – Oliver Breed oliverb@innovationzero.com

Energy from Waste Conference

Posted on: February 2nd, 2024 by ccsaEditor

The Energy from Waste Conference will take place on the 6th – 7th March 2024 in London.

The 2024 Energy from Waste Conference is set to feature an outstanding lineup of speakers from the sector, including technical specialists, global leaders, and creative developers who will deliver a two-day programme of cutting-edge knowledge.

Participants will gain from an action-packed two-day programme as they engage in intense discussion sessions and lively discussions while exploring the important topics with some of the top speakers and technical experts in the field.

Attendees at the Energy from Waste conference can hear from influential policy makers, network with leading figures in the sector, and gain a thorough understanding of the potential and challenges associated with converting trash to SAF production and the vast market prospects it presents.

Find more information and register for tickets via the conference website here.

Decarb Connect UK

Posted on: February 2nd, 2024 by ccsaEditor

Registration is now live for Decarb Connect UK, the UK’s leading industrial decarbonisation event. Featuring insights from INEOS, Innovate UK, Cemex Ventures, Clean Growth Fund, National Highways, Bloomberg NEF and many more.

Taking place 27-29 February 2024 at the Lowry Hotel, Manchester, join 200+ attendees who will be engaging with the experts actively shaping industrial decarbonisation clusters, crafting comprehensive CO2 management business plans, spearheading plant-based initiatives and devising innovative funding mechanisms.

Registered attendees include: Heidelberg, Lenzing, Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, Holiferm, Materials Processing Institute, Croda, Solvay and Tata Steel Europe

Gain critical insights from a diverse range of key stakeholders, largely made up of the UK’s industrial emitters, participate in site tours and engage in discussions spanning across two days under the Chatham House Rule.

Register via the conference website here.

Download the agenda here.

5th UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit

Posted on: January 10th, 2024 by ccsaEditor

The 5th UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit will be a 3-day conference and will assess and review the opportunities within the UK Energy Sector and consider how hydrogen can help the UK develop its own green energy source. It will also consider how carbon capture storage & utilisation can decarbonise the energy intensive sectors while producing a carbon circular economy. Also, how we can now connect the end users with the producers within the downstream sector to ensure the 2030 targets are met.

The 5th UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit will focus on the projects and innovation around CCS, CCU within industrial operations and how hydrogen can decarbonise industry and transport. The summit will bring together 750 + government officials, regulators, key industry stake holders, leading academia, and service companies.

Visit the conference website here.

Net Zero Festival 2023

Posted on: August 31st, 2023 by ccsaEditor

Join BusinessGreen for this year’s Net Zero Festival taking place on 31 October – 1 November at the Business Design Centre in London.

The event will feature a stellar line-up of keynote speakers, engaging panel discussions, interactive workshops, and countless networking opportunities. You’ll be at the forefront of the latest trends, innovations, and strategies driving the transition to a sustainable future.

For more information please visit the conference website.

CCS4G Symposium 2023

Posted on: July 17th, 2023 by ccsaEditor

Organised by the Geoscience Energy Society of Great Britain.

In many ways the CCS world with its wells, reservoirs and sealing cap-rocks will be familiar to GESGB members. However, in other ways it will be quite different. The twin necessities of driving costs down and ensuring long-term public safety will demand collaboration and openness like never before.

Following the success of the first symposium last year, in response to demand from the GESGB membership, we have scheduled this one-day symposium on the geoscience aspects of geological CO2 storage. The conveners are soliciting oral presentations from industry experts to meet the goal of offering deep technical insights into G&G topics pertinent to CCS.

If you are a petroleum-geoscientist considering ‘what next’ in a changing world, this event is designed for you. CCS is essential in meeting the worlds Net Zero targets. The anticipated exponential growth of CCS projects worldwide will need a major effort to re-purpose skills from the oil and natural gas industry.

REGISTRATION OPENING: FRIDAY 1 SEPTEMBER 2023

Find more info here.

Decentralised Energy Conference

Posted on: June 26th, 2023 by ccsaEditor

Organised by The Association for Decentralised Energy.

The theme for our 2023 conference is the Great British Energy Debates. Join us as we bring together expert presenters and panellists to share their views on the hottest energy topics of our time.

As a General Election approaches, we’ll debate the role politics will play in the future of our sectors going forward. What can we expect from a new Government, of whichever colour, and how far does major policy across decentralised energy now have a momentum all of its own? We will also debate the importance of nearer term targets and their impetus for change – whether that be the 2035 target to fully decarbonise the electricity system or the upcoming, and at risk, 6th Carbon Budget.

We’ll also look at the important innovations we’ve seen in response to the crisis and that continue to push our sector forward – often beyond what the consensus considered was possible. As we begin to regulate the heat and flexibility sectors and existing energy regulation comes under ever greater scrutiny, how do we find a new balance and can regulation in some circumstances support greater innovation?

And finally, it will look at some of the big questions the energy crisis has left us with and that will become even more pressing as we get deeper into the transition – including how much should we pay as a country to avoid blackouts and how much should we be prepared to risk to avoid a gold-plated, unaffordable system?

Visit the conference website here.