Heidelberg Cement

With 400,000 tonnes of CO2 to be captured annually and transported for permanent storage, HeidelbergCement will implement an industrial-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) project at a cement production plant in the world. Work on the new facility in Brevik, Norway, is already underway, with the goal of starting CO2 separation from the cement production process by 2024. The CCS project in Norway is an important cornerstone in HeidelbergCement’s climate strategy: It will enable the company to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions related to the cement production process, paving the way for the cement industry and other sectors.