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The path to industrial decarbonization

with Charlie Muir and Sean Metcalfe | Online | May 10, 2024

Progress in de-carbonising industrial activity has been slow relative to other high-emitting sectors in the economy. Nonetheless, recent studies show that the technological potential to electrify is high across most manufacturing processes. Where electrification is not technologically feasible, low-carbon hydrogen may be a viable de-carbonisation tool. In this webinar, we assess which industrial sectors are likely to electrify, and which may need to look to alternatives, in order to de-carbonise. We will also consider some of the factors hampering the pace of the energy transition in industry.

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Industry to rebuild momentum in 2024

with Abby Samp and Max Anderson | Online | March 14, 2024

As 2024 progresses global industrial activity should pick up and begin to rebuild some momentum. Pass-through from lower wholesale energy prices, a move past the peak of impacts from past rate hikes and a trough in the de-stocking cycle should benefit manufacturing activity in the advanced economies. In China, manufacturing activity is likely to be highly asymmetric in 2024, with growth concentrated in the energy transition adjacent ‘New Three’ industries, while the ongoing property sector slump will curtail construction and its supply chain.

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