Videos from HiTeMP-2

Videos from HiTeMP-2, 2020 are now available for viewing.

Green H-rich feedstock and fuels: Global trade opportunities – Cedric Philibert

Australia’s opportunity for carbon neutral metals – Prof Ross Garnaut

Supporting industry to reduce emissions – Darren Miller

Global drivers for co-investment in large scale demonstrations – Jason Nielsen

EU Industrial decarbonisation strategy – Suzana Carp

Reaching net-zero carbon emissions in high temp process industries – Dr Robert Trezona

Session 1 Panel Discussion: Global Drivers for Decarbonisation

Closing the carbon cycle – Prof Ellen Stechel

Hydrogen: High hurdles, huge potential – Kobad Bhavnagri

Session 2A Panel Discussion: Sources for carbon-free high temperature heat – H2, electrical and CO2 capture

CSP: cost-effective carbon-free heat and electricity for high temp process industries – Craig Wood

Heliogen’s advanced heliostat field for carbon-free high temperature heat – Steve Schell

24/7 renewable high temperature heat utilising ceramic particles – Lars Amsbeck

Pathway to high temperature solar thermal technology – Dr Wes Stein

Session 2B Panel Discussion: Sources for carbon-free high temperature heat – solar thermal. 

Day 1 Summary

Electrifying industry – Dr Dominique Hes

A China-Australia green steel industry? – Dr John Pye

 Australian iron and steel exports in the age of climate change – Prof Edward Buckingham

Sustainable steelmaking: a national priority – David Varcoe

Session 3A Panel Discussion: Iron/Steel – Technology and Research

The changing role of iron-making in the transition to hydrogen – Dr Vincent Chevrier

JISF long-term vision for climate change mitigation – Toru Ono

Recent activities at BlueScope to reduce CO2  emissions – Dr Habib Zughbi

Challenges of the circular economy: A process metallurgical and product design perspective – Prof Markus Reuter

Session 3B Panel Discussion: Iron/Steel – Technology and Research

Learning to use variable renewable energy: key to greening metal production – Geoff Matthews

Alternatives to reduce Norsk Hydro’s CO2 emissions – Andre Vidal

Carbon neutrality in the aluminium value chain: Bauxite to smelter grade aluminium – Dr Alessio Scarsella

Emerging opportunities to decarbonise the Bayer alumina process – Prof Gus Nathan

Session 4A Panel Discussion: Alumina and aluminium

Sustainable cementitious materials? – Prof Karen Scrivener

Burning biomass rich RDF in a cement kiln – Felicity Lloyd

Opportunities for CO2 capture from the cement industry: Findings from CEMCAP – Dr Kristin Jordal

Concrete challenges and opportunities – Dr Warren South

Session 4B Panel Discussion: Cement and lime

Lithium – its role in vehicle decarbonisation – Nick Johns

Chilean pathway towards low-carbon copper production – Prof Willy Kracht

Global copper smelting – CO2 emissions and decarbonisation opportunities – Matthew White

Session 5A Panel Discussion: Copper and other metals – strategy and pathways

Supplying solar thermal process heat at 1000C to a South African manganese sinter plant – Lina Hockaday for Matti Lubkoll

Renewable energy options for industrial process heat – Dr Keith Lovegrove

Renewable energy: the future of ferroalloy production – Lina Hockaday

Session 5B: Panel Discussion and Final Day Summary