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3M is expanding its climate technology portfolio with green hydrogen and low-carbon intensity energy separation solutions

Innovative 3M climate solutions have potential to deliver scalable impact in critical industries
3M demonstrates power of people and science to create a bright future with its Climate Innovation Center exposition during Climate Week NYC (Sept. 20-22)

DOMO Chemicals, a leading producer of engineered polyamide materials, and Hynamics, a 100% subsidiary of EDF Group specializing in the production of low-carbon hydrogen, have entered into a partnership project with the objective of achieving zero-carbon for 100% of the hydrogen used at the Belle-Étoile industrial site, in Saint-Fons (south of Lyon, France), in the heart of the French Vallée de la Chimie (“Chemistry Valley”).

The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has approved Kesko’s new emissions reductions targets with which Kesko commits to the most ambitious aim of limiting global warming to 1.5°C. The Science Based Targets initiative is a collaboration between CDP, the United Nations Global Compact initiative, World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).

Sustainable solutions provider and global leader within polyols Perstorp is taking a stand by converting a large majority of the polyols produced at their largest production plant in Perstorp, Sweden, to Pro-Environment products. By doing this, Perstorp will enable reduced greenhouse gas emissions for its polyol customers and downstream value chains.

More than 50 companies have now joined the First Movers Coalition, launched by President Biden of the US and the World Economic Forum at COP26 to decarbonize the heavy industry and long-distance transport sectors responsible for 30% of global emissions.
The companies – whose market cap represents about $8.5 trillion across five continents – have sent the largest market signal in history to commercialize emerging clean technologies by making unprecedented advance purchase commitments by 2030 for near-zero carbon steel, aluminium, shipping, trucking and aviation, as well as advanced carbon dioxide removal solutions.
Two new sectors have launched – aluminium and carbon dioxide removal:
For aluminium, companies commit to purchasing aluminium produced with lower emissions than any facility in the world is currently capable of.
For carbon dioxide removal, companies make financial or volume commitments. Alphabet, Microsoft and Salesforce are collectively committing $500 million in carbon removal by 2030 and Boston Consulting Group is committing to remove 100,000 tonnes of carbon by 2030.
Denmark, India, Italy, Japan, Norway, Singapore, Sweden and the United Kingdom have joined the US as government partners to create early markets for clean technologies through policy measures and private sector engagement.

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. At the same time, more and more manufacturing companies are doing their bit to combat climate change. In this area of tension, solutions must be found quickly: politically, economically and especially technologically. HANNOVER MESSE 2022 provides the framework for this.

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.

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