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ECGA, founded in 1995 and based in Brussels is the voice of EU carbon and graphite producers, including the EU based graphite electrode producers going into Europe’s steel and foundry industry, electrodes and cathodes for the aluminium and ferroalloy industry, as well as a wide variety of specialty graphite and carbon products for applications ranging from electric motors to modern battery technology.

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DUE DILIGENCE GUIDANCE FOR THE CARBON AND GRAPHITE INDUSTRY – FEB 2024
Industrial Decarbonisation Europe 2024
The Next Frontier of Industrial Scale Net-Zero Action The industrial sector represents the next frontier of climate action. With regulatory, corporate, and industrial sectors aligned in ambition, the decarbonization of the hard-to-abate sectors represents both a critical challenge and an unparalleled business opportunity. As the birthplace of the energy transition, Europe must now has the opportunity to lead the next frontier of decarbonisation. How can companies adopt a holistic approach, re-frame the transition opportunity, and capitalize on the windfall investments on offer? New alliance must be formed and leaders from across the hard-to-abate sectors must stand together to overcome path dependencies and restructure the European industrial landscape.
EU Industrial Carbon Management Strategy – ECGA Call for Coordinated Action and Timelines
The European Advanced Carbon and Graphite Materials Association (ECGA) has officially voiced its support for the European Commission’s target of reducing emissions by 90% by the year 2040. This endorsement comes alongside the release of the Communication on Industrial Carbon Management, marking a major step towards meeting the EU's ambitious climate objectives. ECGA is keenly anticipating the roll-out of effective carbon management strategies that balance ambitious climate action with the preservation of the industry's long-term viability and global competitiveness.

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