In 2018, Aubert & Duval, a giant in high-end metallurgy, established a decarbonization strategy.
The goal? Reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 45% in 2030 (123,000 tons of CO2 equivalent emissions). After five years, they needed to find other levers and turned to Eco-Tech Ceram.
The project? Hot fumes from the metallurgist’s furnaces will be directed to a heat exchanger. With it, hot air will be produced which will feed the burners. As a result, the manufacturer expects to reduce CO2 emissions from its gas furnaces by 20-25%.
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“We have already reduced our emissions by 39%, but with the mitigation of the pandemic and the jolts in aviation, we expect to see some pretty significant upturns in activity. To meet our decarbonization trajectory, we need to go much further! That’s why we turned to Eco-Tech Ceram, a company that specializes in energy efficiency.”
– Frédéric Pidoux, Head of the Environment, Energy & Industrial Risks Department at Aubert & Duval France
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