The cement industry is one of the world's biggest emitters of carbon dioxide. Around three billion tons of C02 are attributable to cement production each year. A new research project can help decarbonize it in the future.
How successful have we been in combating climate change and how can we enable the green transformation of the industry? That's what this year's COP28 climate conference is all about. Find what impact thyssenkrupp technologies can have on climate protection.
Slewing bearings, electrolyzes, green ammonia and methanol plants, as well as carbon capture and utilization technologies for the cement industry - thyssenkrupp is consolidating its key technologies for the green transformation under one roof.
Think what it would mean if everyday items such as shoes and mattresses could be produced sustainably! thyssenkrupp Uhde is engineering and developing sustainable chemical plants that will turn this into reality.
David Kosinski is studying industrial engineering at the renowned RWTH Aachen University. When he was looking for a job as a working student, there was no way around thyssenkrupp. As a working student at thyssenkrupp Services GmbH, David is independently responsible for sub-projects and, among other things, helps analyse the corporate carbon footprint of the entire group of companies.
Climate change already poses a serious threat in the present and will continue to influence our daily actions in the future. That is why we must take responsibility to drive the green transformation as a global player.
What is green methanol and can it make air travel more sustainable? Our experts at thyssenkrupp Uhde are asking themselves the same question. They are developing a sustainable aviation fuel based on green methanol.
Green hydrogen is a promising and sustainable energy carrier. However, its transport is anything but energy efficient. Our colleagues from thyssenkrupp Uhde explain why transporting hydrogen by ship is not sustainable and why green ammonia is a good solution.
The production and applications of steel are diverse and complex. Our colleagues at thyssenkrupp Steel told us what the steel journey looks like and what they are already doing today to ensure that tomorrow's production is completely climate-neutral.
Our colleagues at thyssenkrupp Polysius are making cement production more sustainable - for example with a new polysius® pure oxyfuel kiln system for the Cement Innovation for Climate (CI4C) research organization.
At the UN Climate Change Conference COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt from November 6th – 18th 2022, world leaders will come together to initiate action on climate change. This year's motto: Together for Implementation.
Reducing CO2 emissions and operating in a climate-friendly manner: These are the major challenges facing industry today. The "Plastics" unit of thyssenkrupp Materials Services aims to achieve this goal with the help of circular economy and the recycling of valuable resources.
Generating energy more efficiently while protecting the environment at the same time? Floating wind turbines hold great potential for wind power! thyssenkrupp rothe erde ensures that this potential can also be fully employed on the high seas with its rough winds and high waves.
One thing we know for sure: In the future we want and need to make industry more sustainable. At thyssenkrupp we are actively working to implement the energy transition. With CI4C and the polysius® pure Oxyfuel plant, we want to change that at thyssenkrupp Polysius.