Hoffmann Green Cement announces the signature of a commercial partnership with Marne Béton, a manufacturer of ready-mix concrete in its five plants located in the East of France
Region: France
Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies (France), announces the signature with the Shurfah Group of a 22-year exclusive licensing agreement in order to build several Hoffmann Green units in Saudi Arabia to support the decarbonation of the construction sector in this territory.
Region: Saudi Arabia
The Leadership Group for Industry Transition (LeadIT) and the Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA) have launched a new tracker, to help policymakers, industry experts, academics and the public monitor worldwide decarbonization efforts in the cement industry. The Green Cement Technology Tracker was unveiled today, at an international inter-governmental meeting focused on clean energy, which is taking place in India (CEM14-M18)
Region: India
The EU Commission has selected IFESTOS, TITAN Group’s groundbreaking Carbon Capture project in Greece, for grant agreement preparation in the context of the third call for large-scale projects under the EU Innovation Fund. IFESTOS, the largest project of its kind in Europe, will advance TITAN's decarbonization journey, expedite the sector’s green transition, and substantially contribute to promoting carbon capture technology throughout the continent.
Region: Greece
Leading innovative and sustainable building solutions company, Lafarge Africa Plc, has announced the launch of Eco Label brand to transparently communicate the environmental benefits of its sustainable building solutions. The Eco Label branding builds on the company’s net zero pledge and supports its ambition to accelerate green construction with the use of lower-footprint products.
Region: Africa
JSW Cement has secured a $50 million Sustainability Linked Loan (SLL) from BNP Paribas Singapore to bolster its environmental initiatives, the JSW Group company said.
Region: India
Holcim launches Europe’s first calcined clay cement operation in its Saint-Pierre-la-Cour plant in France to deliver ECOPlanet green cement with 50 % lower CO2 footprint compared to standard cement (CEM I).
Region: France

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