The world is experiencing a turning point in international economic and energy policy. A turning point that is accompanied by rising energy prices and disrupted supply chains and has a direct impact on global industrial production. At the same time, more and more manufacturing companies are making their contribution to combating climate change. In this area of tension, solutions need to be found quickly: politically, economically and especially technologically.

Vattenfall's new biofuel heat plant Carpe Futurum in Uppsala, Sweden, has now been inaugurated and taken into operation. The new plant will reduce carbon dioxide emissions by approximately 200,000 tonnes per year, compared with when peat and other fossil fuels were used. This will halve the climate footprint for the around 170,000 Uppsala residents who are connected to Vattenfall’s district heating grid in the city.

Sweden’s leading chemistry group Perstorp, and partner companies Fortum and Uniper, today submitted an EUR 97 million application to the EU Innovation Fund for Project Air. This unique project aims to build a production facility for sustainable methanol in Stenungssund, Sweden, which could reduce global CO2 emissions by 400,000 tonnes, equivalent to approximately 1% of Sweden’s territorial emissions.

Expands Amplify Impact program to more than 40 countries to connect business impact with purpose and values

Builds on >$3.5 billion in Sustainable Impact-related new sales by extending competitive edge to partners1
Enables >10,000 partners to drive meaningful impact for a more sustainable, equitable and just future
Recognizes partners via certification and annual awards program

New simple solution that quantifies and shows the carbon footprint of nutritional plans and crop management practices, provided to ag-professionals using the Agmatix platform at field level
New feature added to Agmatix’ Data Technology Platform, leverages field trials and research data to calculate the environmental impact of individual crop nutritional plans, allowing ag-professionals to decrease carbon footprint

The Research Council of Norway has granted Elkem NOK 16 million to develop a new concept for silicon production where all direct CO2 emissions are eliminated. This may become a game changer for the global silicon industry. Silicon is a critical material for digital technologies and the green transition.

Nitrous oxide (N2O), a by-product of nitric acid production, is around 300 times more harmful to the climate than CO2

Up to 95% of N2O can be effectively removed using Clariant’s EnviCat® N2O-S catalyst
By offering the catalyst for free to 10 producers worldwide, Clariant aims to help avoid greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to several million tons of CO2

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