Leilac Expert Insight Series : Phil Hodgson, Calix Limited, on the importance of partnerships

In this eighth video of the Leilac Expert Insight, Phil Hodgson, Calix CEO and Managing Director, talks about the importance of partnerships and collaborations in the success of Project LEILAC and the development of the Calix technology.

About LEILAC

LEILAC (Low Emissions Intensity Lime And Cement) will pilot a breakthrough technology that has the potential to enable both Europe’s cement and lime industries to reduce their emissions dramatically while retaining, or even increasing international competitiveness.

The best available technologies for cement and lime have no carbon capture capability.  The international and EU community recognises that CO2 emissions contribute to climate change, and the most practical approach to reducing such emissions to-date for the cement and lime industries has been to increase kiln efficiencies and utilise alternative fuels. 

"Having a consortium of industrial partners and technical partners, research institutes, and various stakeholder management parties as well, has been critical to the success of the project."

 

Calix’s technology is being piloted with the world’s largest cement and lime companies to mitigate their carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions dramatically without significant energy or capital penalty.

 

Calix is a team of dedicated people developing a unique, patented technology to provide industrial solutions that address global sustainability challenges. The core technology is being used to develop more environmentally friendly solutions for food water energy and climate.

 

Calix develops its technology via a global network of research and development collaborations, including governments, research institutes and universities, some of world’s largest companies, and a growing customer base and distributor network for its commercialised products and processes.

This project has received € 12m of funding from Horizon 2020 program for research and innovation of the European Union under the grant agreement No 654465.