Our Group strategy for climate change is focused on reducing CO2 emissions per ton of cement by 30% by 2030. To achieve this goal, a fundamental role will be played by technological solutions and low carbon products.

Innovation and sustainability go hand in hand. At Cementir we are committed to achieving the objectives we have set ourselves through the study of alternative technological solutions for CO2 reduction and low carbon products, as well as the growing involvement and participation of multiple players in the sector such as research institutes, institutions and others player.

Our key innovations

Low-carbon cement technology



Launched in Denmark in January 2021 and soon available in France

Sustainable patented solution for cement, RMC, and innovative products. Technology enables concrete with reduced clincker content (greener) and by exploiting two largely available materials on earth (sustainable).

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Ultra-high Performance Concrete (UHPC)

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Aalborg Extreme Light 120 in the market since October 2018

Ready-to-use, self-compacting RMC products for very high aesthetical, mechanical and durability performance - wet-cast casting method - semi - structural or structural

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Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC)

aalborg excel


Product in the pipeline: in the market since December 2019

Ready-to use, high performance mortar products for very high aesthetical - primary focus is surface detail and finishing - wet-cast casting or sprayed method - semi-structural

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Aalborg Explore: 3D Concrete printing

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Product under development

Ready-to-use, high performance RMC mortar products for 3D printing technology - primary focus is buildability and surface finishing - structural, semi-structural and non-structural

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FUTURECEMTM - Low carbon cement technology

The history of FUTURECEM™ begins almost 20 years ago, when researchers from the Research and Quality Center of the Cementir Group discovered the synergy between some types of calcined clay and limestone which allowed to replace clinker with a reduction in CO2 emissions ensuring the same performance.

Thus the technology was born as the result of extensive research covering the entire value chain.

A milestone in the development of FUTURECEM™ technology was the Danish project Green Concrete II, focused on the green transformation of cement and concrete production, which ended in 2019. 
Our internationally patented FUTURECEM™ technology is recognized as a cutting-edge solution for clinker reduction as described in the roadmap for a "Low-carbon transition in the cement industry" of the International Energy Agency (2018), and in the Cembureau document "Cementing the European Green Deal" (2020).

This technology has also been implemented by the European standard EN 197-5 for the production of II / CM cements with replacement of clinker up to 50%.

Marketing began this year, in January 2021, in Denmark, positioning the Cementir Group as a pioneer in industrial production.

FUTURECEM™ technology is the heart of the innovation process of the Cementir Group: our ambition is to include product innovation in our offer of solutions that allow to achieve the challenging objectives towards greater sustainability not only for the Cementir Group, but also to its customers.

By 2030, estimated sales of cements with FUTURECEM™ technology will reach approximately 51% of total volumes sold in Europe and 60% of grey cement volumes.

FUTURECEM™ technology also allows the production of binders suitable for use in Ultra High Performance Concrete or as additions to ordinary concretes.

FUTURECEMᵀᴹ: the new frontier of sustainability

The new low-carbon cement technology that comes from a proprietary technology, sold from 2021 in Denmark and by 2030 throughout Europe.

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New technologies: Carbon Capture

We are engaged in research on the potential of new technologies such as carbon capture, usage and storage in reducing CO2 emissions from the use of fossil fuels.

ConsenCUS Project

Our Danish subsidiary Aalborg Portland participates in several CCUS (carbon capture, usage and storage) projects, including the EU-funded innovation project called "ConsenCUS - CarbOn Neutral cluSters through Electricity-based iNnovations in Capture, Utilization and Storage".

With a development and implementation period that began just last April 2021 and will last until March 2025, ConsenCUS is a pilot project that provides for the active participation of several industrial and academic partners from the Netherlands, Denmark, United Kingdom, Romania, Greece, China and Canada and an investment of over 13 million euros.

The aim of the project is to study the potential of CCUS technology to reduce industrial CO2 emissions. It is designed to collect 100 kg of CO2 per hour with a mobile demonstration plant in Aalborg, a method based on the electrochemical separation of gas at low temperatures using an alkaline liquid as a binder. The liquid can be reused to capture more carbon, the captured carbon will then be converted into high value-added products (formate, formic acid) with greater marketability.

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Greensand Project

Our subsidiary Aalborg Portland is partner of the Project Greensand – phase 2 consortium which is developing a CO2 capture and storage pilot plant underneath the North Sea.

The project aim is to demonstrate how carbon can be captured and stored in drained oil fields in the North Sea, testing all the value-chain from cement production to storage. Besides Aalborg Portland, the project includes Ineos Oil & Gas Denmark, Wintershall Dea, Maersk Drilling, GEUS and more than 20 businesses, research institutes and universities.

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Last update: 20/11/2021 | 17:43