Discussion Panel – LowC3 – Panel Session Description
The demands of developing more sustainable products for the built environment have motivated the development of technology that embodies less CO2 for product fabrication. The LowC3 panel will focus on a discussion around utilizing higher volumes of industrial byproducts, adapting new technologies that enable the reduction or offsetting of CO2 emissions, new approaches to the utilization/production of cement and concrete, current research on low energy cementitious systems and federal and state policy regarding CO2 emissions.
Panel Discussion Topics:
• What are the impacts of the low-energy environment on concrete industry?
• Dealing with the demands for low-carbon materials in the built environment
• What are the latest developments in the manufacturing of low-energy cements?
• What are the drivers for moving towards increased utilization of low-energy, low-CO2 materials?
• What role does durability play in the sustainable environment?
Session Moderator: Rod Jones, University of Dundee
Ozinga – Amir Hajibabaee
Titan America – Eric Koehler
Gray Energy Tech – Danny Gray
UK CAER – Bob Jewell and Tom Robl
Sandia – Ed Matteo
Federal and State Policy:
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) – TBD