Carbon-negative process industry
Wide sectors of industry have a significant role in the climate effort. Production of construction materials, cement, steel, chemicals, and plastics in a climate-friendly manner is a huge leap toward a low-carbon world.
Our solutions help enable industry to be more low-carbon, also considering economic sustainability.
Emissions can also be harnessed to promote wellbeing. With clean energy, for example, fuel and food can be produced from carbon dioxide. When our industry is turned completely carbon neutral, we will be doing future generations a favour.
We are expediting and intensifying carbon-free industry. In 2030 we will have developed ways to make industrial processes carbon-neutral or carbon negative.
Cooperation of industry and science, new innovations, renewable energy sources, and the re-use of materials support the circular economy. At the same time the domestic industries that produce the greatest amounts of carbon dioxide emissions have enacted significant reductions in emissions.
We help our partners find the best concepts, processes, and solutions for making industrial processes carbon-neutral or carbon negative. We demonstrate their commercial competitiveness and scalability with extensive pilot projects.
These are the cornerstones of our approach:
We optimise the use of energy in industrial processes and help replace the old energy sources with clean electricity in a profitable manner.
We update the process industry by utilising electrification and a flexible energy system.
We offer flexible and hybrid solutions for the needs of updating industry.
We offer modelling tools for the more sustainable planning, use, and maintenance of the processes of the steel, paper, chemical, and mining industries.
We help actors in the forest, metallurgy, and petrochemical industries to commercialise the utilisation of carbon dioxide.