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CEMENT, First technical-economic results

Sectoral Transition Plan for the French Cement Industry

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The cement industry faces major technological and economic challenges in order to achieve the decarbonisation targets set under the National Low Carbon Strategy (SNBC) - an 81% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in 2050 compared with 2015 for the French manufacturing industry as a whole. The cement manufacturing process is[…]  Plus de détails

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Auteurs MARI Elliot, SOURISSEAU Sylvain, BOUXIN Alix, BORDE Cyrielle, DAILL Guillaume, PADILLA Sylvie, GOURDON Thomas, ADEME
Public(s) Entreprises et fédérations professionnelles
Thématique Changement climatique et énergie
Collection Expertise
Date d'édition 2021/02
Type de document Synthèse d'expertise
Référence Ademe 011492
EAN format numérique 9791029717925
Nb. de pages 20 P
Format pdf/A4
Langue EN

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The cement industry faces major technological and economic challenges in order to achieve the decarbonisation targets set under the National Low Carbon Strategy (SNBC) - an 81% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in 2050 compared with 2015 for the French manufacturing industry as a whole. The cement manufacturing process is energy intensive and produces hard-to-abate GHG emissions. With the modelling carried out, and on the basis of the technologies identified, a 54% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions can be achieved at best. Other solutions must therefore emerge if the sector is to meet the 81% decarbonisation target set under the SNBC for industry, especially for the period 2030-2050. Decarbonisation will require massive investments in the production tool, innovation and regional infrastructure.
To maintain a decarbonisation trajectory in line with the Paris agreements, regulations must accompany the changes in the production plants and provide a medium-term strategy to ensure the sustainability of longer-term investments and augment participation by financial institutions.

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