Electrification of heat

Industrial heat constitutes most of the direct industrial CO2 emitted each year, as the vast majority of heat for industrial processes originates from fossil-fuel combustion.

Decarbonization requires a dramatic shift in how heat is generated as well as consideration of different technology and fuel needed for the required temperature levels.

Investment into the electrification of heat via solar, geothermal and other technologies, as well as carbon capture options are all being explored.

Our experience in the power and renewables sector has been gained by advising on all aspects of the development of power and renewables projects, across all technologies.

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Bruck geothermal power plant

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Head of Energy, Europe, Middle East and Asia; Partner

Energy transition

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