Renewable Thermal Collaborative – Renewable Thermal Vision Report Webinar

To decarbonize industrial heat at the scale and speed needed to put the United States on a pathway to full decarbonization by 2050, the RTC has set the ambitious goal to reduce U.S. industrial thermal emissions 30% by 2030 from 2018 levels. Meeting this goal would require U.S. industry to increase renewable thermal use 150% from a 2020 baseline; far beyond just business-as-usual projections.

To help industrial energy users decarbonize their process heat, RTC has created a Renewable Thermal Vision Report that: 

  • • Describes the U.S. industrial thermal emissions profile;
  • • Identifies overall and sector-specific opportunities to reduce thermal emissions;
  • • Evaluates renewable thermal technologies’ commercial availabilities and deployment economics over time; and,
  • • Outlines and prioritizes industrials’ opportunities to deploy renewable thermal technologies to achieve their decarbonization goals.

To release the report, the RTC will hold a webinar on November 10, 2022, from 1:00 to 2:30 pm ET. The report considers decarbonization potential for low-, medium-, and high-temperature process heat, and includes specific analysis of the food, refining, chemical, paper, cement, and iron & steel sectors.

Webinar attendees will be able to download the full report and supporting materials.

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Nov 10 2022
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1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

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