The Norwegian parliament has approved the investment in a full-scale carbon capture facility at the HeidelbergCement Norcem plant in Brevik, Norway.
The global environmental non-profit organisation CDP has recognised HeidelbergCement as one of the world’s leading companies in cutting emissions, mitigating climate risks and developing the low-carbon economy.
The company has joined Foundation 2°, a network of entrepreneurs for progressive climate policy, in hopes of making climate protection a sustainable and successful business model.
The company’s subsidiary, Ciments Calcia, has presented the draft terms of its large-scale investment and reorganisation programme for several of its sites in France.
The company has delivered about 170 t of printing material specially developed for concrete 3D printing, for Europe’s largest residential building which is currently being printed in Bavaria.
The company has shared its promising Q3 results, and anticipates that operating EBITDA for the full year 2020 will be above the previous year.
The Norwegian government has proposed to the Norwegian parliament the launch of the carbon capture project at the HeidelbergCement’s Norcem cement plant in Brevik, Norway.
The company is presenting its new strategy ‘Beyond 2020’ at this year's Capital Markets Day. Key elements of the strategy are new medium-term financial and sustainability targets that the Group aims to achieve by 2025.
Despite the weak demand in many countries due to the coronavirus and the corresponding declines in revenue, the result from the company’s current operations remained almost at the level of the previous year.