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CEMEX pledge support for Capital Hydrogen

CEMEX

Company supporting hydrogen transition programme to help London become net zero by 2030
  
CEMEX have pledged their support for Capital Hydrogen, a partnership between Cadent, SGN, and National Grid Gas Transmission, which plans to deliver a transition to low-carbon hydrogen for gas networks in the East of England, the South East, and London.

As part of their participation, CEMEX have committed to working with Capital Hydrogen to assess the feasibility of implementing hydrogen-powered equipment and vehicles at their sites in London and give due consideration to decarbonization opportunities arising from hydrogen availability when investing in their facilities across the capital.

The transition to low-carbon hydrogen will contribute to the Mayor of London’s commitment for the capital to be net-zero carbon by 2030, as well as the wider UK Government commitment for net zero by 2050.

CEMEX attended the recent launch of Capital Hydrogen in Westminster alongside stakeholders across the full hydrogen value chain.

Laurence Dagley, operational excellence and business development director for CEMEX West Europe materials, commented: ‘We are proud to support the Capital Hydrogen project, which ties in closely with our operation’s global sustainability strategy. Hydrogen represents an opportunity to decarbonize industry and provide access to a low-carbon fuel supply.

‘We therefore understand the need to develop and build a hydrogen network through the repurposing of existing gas infrastructure as well as the creation of new gas infrastructure. We are already implementing the use of hydrogen within our global cement operations to reduce CO2 and we are excited to explore further future applications across our business.’

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