Chemical and Materials Industry

Achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 will rest on these 3 pillars

Technologies such as electric arc furnaces can help hard-to-abate sectors to decarbonize Image: REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic

Shunichi Miyanaga
Chairman of the Board, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
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Heavy industries are among the hardest to decarbonize
Heavy industries are among the hardest to decarbonize Image: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries / IEA World Energy Outlook 2019
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