Podcast: DIRECT CLIMATE ACTION feat. James O’Loghlin & Daniel Rennie
In the third Episode of INNOVATING FOR THE EARTH, innovation expert and radio and TV presenter James O’Loghlin talks with Daniel Rennie, the General Manager of Cement Decarbonisation at Calix about how Calix Carbon Capture technology is helping reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
LEILAC: capturing CO2 in Cement Precalciners
Daniel Rennie, Calix, explains how new technology is helping plants capture emissions directly from the precalciner, paving the way towards scalable CO2 capture for the cement industry.
WHAT IS LEILAC ?
LEILAC (Low Emissions Intensity Lime And Cement) are European Union Horizon 2020 (H2020) research and innovation projects.
LEILAC will pilot a breakthrough carbon capture technology that would enable both Europe’s cement and lime industries to reduce their carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions dramatically without significant energy or capital penalty.
Running from 2016, the project teams comprises leading industrial, technology and research & development partners. The pilot plant will be hosted by Heidelberg Cement at Lixhe in Belgium, and Demonstration plant at Hannover in Germany.
EXPERT INSIGHT SERIES
Leilac Expert Insight Series | Simon Thomsen | Calix | on the economical benefits of the technology
Leilac Expert Insight Series | Phil Hodgson | Calix Limited | on the importance of partnerships
Leilac Expert Insight Series | Mark Sceats, Calix Limited | on the evolution of the Calix technology
Leilac Expert Insight Series | Koen Coppenholle | Cembureau | on the need of CO2 emission reduction
Leilac Expert Insight Series | Jorge Pablo Garcia | CEMEX | on the next steps and challenges
Leilac Expert Insight Series | Jan Theulen | HeidelbergCement Group | shares an industry perspective
Leilac Expert Insight Series | Jaap Vente | TNO | on the industrial CCS technology
Leilac Expert Insight Series | Eleni Despotou | Secretary General European | Lime Association
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