CEMEX invests in renewable solar energy in Poland as part of ‘Future in Action’ strategy

CEMEX invests in renewable solar energy in Poland as part of ‘Future in Action’ strategy

October 06, 2021
CEMEX has invested in a new 50kW photovoltaic installation at its readymix concrete production plant in Pruszków, Poland this week.

This development again demonstrates CEMEX’s commitment to its ambitious climate goals and Future in Action strategy. Further creative investment opportunities are planned to retrofit and improve production sites with renewable energy sources to power its operations.
The energy produced at the Pruszków site will be used entirely by the plant, reducing its carbon footprint.
Installation of similar facilities is planned at other locations, and CEMEX has developed a model for evaluating the efficiency of photovoltaic installations, taking into account the location and technical conditions of individual plants. 
”CEMEX is actively addressing the climate challenge by decarbonising our processes. The key to realising our ambitious goals is finding and implementing new low-emission products as well as more sustainable technologies and construction solutions," says Michał Grys, Director of Materials Division at CEMEX Poland.
”Photovoltaic farms are another investment by CEMEX Poland in renewable energy sources. Currently, much of the electricity used in our aggregate quarries, cement plants and many concrete factories comes from renewable sources."
Low-emission concrete
CEMEX continues to offer its customers more sustainable solutions, for example with low-carbon concrete, Vertua®. 
The use of Vertua® reduces the CO2 in the construction process, and helps clients to comply with the latest standards and environmental certification requirements for buildings. 
The planned further development of the Vertua® product portfolio will not only help achieve CEMEX's climate goals, but also those of its customers. 
CEMEX for climate
CEMEX has announced its Future in Action strategy, bringing forward its previous targets by 5 years to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 40% at a globally by 2030 (compared to 1990 emission levels).
In Europe, CEMEX is proud to have already lowered CO2 by around 35%, and its European operations are planning to reduce emissions by at least 55% by 2030, in line with the European Union's aspirations.
CEMEX will also supply only net zero CO2 concrete to its customers worldwide by 2050.


About CEMEX 

CEMEX is a global building materials company that cares about a better future for future generations through sustainable products and solutions. Through continuous innovation and extensive research and development, the company strives to achieve climate neutrality. CEMEX is a leader in the closed-loop economy in the construction sector, and through the implementation of new technologies, it is also a pioneer in the use of alternative fuels and secondary raw materials in production processes. CEMEX offers cement, ready-mixed concrete, aggregates and urbanization solutions in growing markets around the world, and its international team provides high quality services to customers using digital technologies.  

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