First and foremost, we are innovators. We challenge ourselves to invent breakthrough technologies.
We work with some of the world’s best materials-focused universities, such as Université Paris-Saclay, the University of São Paulo, and others to help us realise our mission.
From Bill Gates led Breakthrough Energy Ventures (BEV), to ArcelorMittal, the world’s leading steel company, and Saint-Gobain Group, a global sustainable materials group, our strategic investors all recognise the power of our innovation and help guide our global ambitions.
And by partnering with some of the most innovative companies within the construction sector, (such as Vinci, Eiffage and Bouygues,) we have been able to scale our technologies and supply chain to supply some of the largest and greenest infrastructure projects ever undertaken in the EU.
Drawn from a range of backgrounds, commercial, scientific, industry and financial our leadership brings a wide blend of skills and experience and is responsible for leading Ecocem’s operations and makes strategic decisions based on the objectives defined by the Board of Directors. They are all united by their belief in Ecocem’s mission to deliver low carbon cements at scale and accelerate the decarbonisation of the industry.
Ecocem, Europe’s leading provider of low carbon cement technology solutions, has been recognised as the Best Irish Company in France by the Ireland France Business Awards in a ceremony at the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin.
A group of leading materials scientists has called for the cement and construction sectors to urgently adopt low carbon cement technologies to radically reduce CO2 emissions.
Roberta Alfani, R&D Director at Ecocem, discusses Ecocem’s attendance at the 16th International Congress on the Chemistry of Cement
Chisom Ekomaru, Sustainability Manager at Ecocem, reflects on the company’s recent Sustainability Report.
We place a high value on our own internal sustainability performance, monitoring and measuring our operational carbon emissions.
We set ambitious carbon emission reduction targets and publicly communicate our performance against these in an annual sustainability report and by responding to the Carbon Disclosure Project climate change questionnaire.