After two weeks of work, diplomats at COP28, the U.N.’s climate summit in Dubai, signed an historic agreement that included calls for:

  • “Transitioning away from fossil fuels in energy systems”
  • “Accelerating zero- and low-emission technologies, including… renewables” and
  • “Abatement and removal technologies such as carbon capture and utilization and storage, particularly in hard-to-abate sectors.”

Our vision at Leilac remains in support of this call: providing the most compelling option for decarbonising the cement and lime sectors’ unavoidable process emissions.

With proven multi-tonne per hour CO₂ capture plants, Leilac also can use any energy source, including renewable electricity – allowing us to provide future-proof optionality for cement and lime producers as they transition to net zero.