Energy Transition

How China is decarbonizing the electricity supply for aluminium

decarbonizing electricity, aluminium production, China

Decarbonizing the power supply for primary aluminium production will help China meet its 2060 carbon neutrality goals. Image: Unsplash / @rozetsky

Jörgen Sandström
Head, Transforming Industrial Ecosystems, World Economic Forum
Wen Zhang
Carbon Neutrality Lead, Materials Sector, World Economic Forum
Shaun Chau
ANZ Sustainability Lead, Accenture
Marc Huang
Strategy & Consulting Senior Manager, Accenture Greater China
Shelia Peng
Strategy & Consulting Analyst, Accenture
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Four ways Chinese aluminium producers can - and are - decarbonizing their electricity supply. Image: Accenture
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Over time, captive power sources are expected to give way to grid power in China. Image: Accenture in-house modelling
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Renewable energy is expected to become the main energy source for primary aluminium production by 2045. Image: Accenture in-house modelling
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