2nd November 2021

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Based on the Aldersgate Group’s extensive work on industrial decarbonisation, this in-person event in Glasgow on Tuesday 2 November, from 6pm to 8pm, will look at the key challenges that need to be overcome to put heavy industrial sectors on a path to net zero emissions, consider some of the key opportunities emerging from the net zero transition and consider the main policy levers for a successful transition to net zero emissions for sectors such as steel, cement, glass, chemicals and ceramics.

The event will provide a short overview of the key findings from the Aldersgate Group’s one-year project on industrial decarbonisation with Frontier Economics and University College London and will also include a cross-sectoral and multinational business panel as well as a dynamic Q&A session with the audience. Business and NGO speakers will discuss the challenges and opportunities ahead from the perspective of their own sectors, demonstrate what they are already doing to reduce emissions in line with net zero and put the spotlight on the areas where investment and public policy decisions are a priority.

This will then be followed by a drinks reception, where attendees and speakers will mingle.

Date and time: Tuesday 2 November 2021 from 6.00pm to 9pm GMT

Location: Shepherd and Wedderburn, 1 West Regent Street, Glasgow, G2 1RW

Chair and introductory remarks:

  • Rt Hon Theresa May MP (Chair, Aldersgate Group)


  • Ana Musat (Head of Policy, Aldersgate Group)


  • Martin Casey (Director Public Affairs Europe, CEMEX)
  • Roz Bulleid (Deputy Policy Director, Green Alliance)
  • Sam French (Business Development Director, Johnson Matthey)
  • Ed Heath-Whyte (Head of Environment and Sustainability, Liberty Steel Group)
  • Dr Eoghan Maguire (Head of Midlothian Energy, Vattenfall)
  • Ben Clarke (Head of Gas Networks, WSP)
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