Cement giants turn to green hydrogen, carbon capture to curb emissions


The unit is housed inside a converted shipping container.

RICE, Energy Safety Research Institute, Swansea University

A subsidiary of multinational building materials firm HeidelbergCement is working with researchers from Swansea University to install and operate a green hydrogen demonstration unit at a site in the U.K.

The collaboration represents another example of how firms involved in energy intensive processes are trying to find ways to maintain productivity whilst simultaneously reducing emissions.

In a statement last week, Swansea University said the green hydrogen unit — which is housed inside a converted shipping container — had been installed at Hanson UK’s Regen GGBS plant in…


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