The cement industry as one of the most energy-intensive sectors is responsible for approximately 8% of CO2 emissions. At the same time, existing cement and concrete standards have been identified as one of the main barriers to the uptake of low-carbon cements as they require minimum amounts of Portland cement to be traded on the European market. Our goal is to create opportunities for innovative, low carbon cements and contribute to the development of more performance-based standards for cement and cementitious materials.
ECOS is looking for experts in the field of greenhouse gas emissions accounting methods, with a focus on GHG emissions from Energy Intensive Industries and carbon neutrality, to provide us with technical and scientific input and represent ECOS position in the development of standards.
ECOS experts provide us with technical and scientific input and represent us in technical standardisation and policy discussions. We are currently recruiting experts in the fields of nanotechnologies, fertilisers and steel.