Program

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Monday 26 September  
Morning Setting the scene for the Heavy Industry Transformation: Welcome, introduction, global drivers and projections to decarbonise high temperature processing. Market transformation - transformation of supply chains, certification and policy drivers.
Afternoon

Opportunities from the circular economy in future industrial eco-systems: alternative construction materials from heavy-industry by-products; higher value products from industrial by-products, including red mud.

Pathways to net-zero iron and steel: the role of Hydrogen, technology options - pathways and barriers, impacts of ore quality and the circular economy.

Evening

Cocktail Function

Guest Speaker: The Hon Tom Koutsantonis MP, Minister for Energy and Mining, South Australian State Parliament

Tuesday 27 September  
Morning

HiTeMP-3 Poster presentations: delegates present their work in 2 minute overviews.

Pathways to net-zero iron and steel (continued): the role of Hydrogen, technology options - pathways and barriers, impacts of ore quality and the circular economy.

Carbon capture technologies for heavy industry transition

Afternoon

Carbon re-use and sequestration from industrial processes

Pathways to net-zero cement and lime within a broader industrial eco-system: dominant pathways to net-zero cement and lime; carbon capture technologies for heavy industry transition.

Evening

Forum Dinner

Guest Speaker: Mr Tony Wood, Energy and Climate Change Program Director, Grattan Institute

Wednesday 28 September  
Morning

HiTeMP-3 Poster presentations: delegates present their work in 2 minute overviews.

Pathways to net-zero alumina: exciting pathways to net-zero alumina. Emerging industrial technologies: electric arc, electro-metalurgy and new energy metals.

Afternoon

Broader context - delivering social benefits for co-investment

Conclusions and recommendations: Review and conclusions - synthesise key perspectives on Focus Questions.

Poster prizes awarded.