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    |Brochure ICCA | The Essential Role of Chemicals - Quantifying the Global Potential

    31 October 2017

    Key findings from a technical report by Ecofys, a Navigant company The study carried out by Ecofys finds that the chemical industry has the possibility to make an important contribution to a low carbon future. Solutions from the chemical industry could enable significant emission reductions and support the goal of the UNFCCC Paris Agreement of restricting global warming to “well below 2 degrees Celsius” by the end of the century.

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    | Brochure ICCA | Greenhouse gas emission reductions enabled by products from the chemical industry

    31 October 2017

    The chemical industry plays an essential role in enabling other industries to improve their energy efficiency and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). This is achieved by using chemical products and technologies. Several ICCA reports have underpinned the scale of the chemical industry’s contribution to enabling emissions reduction, also known as “avoided emissions”. “Innovation for Greenhouse Gas Reductions: A life cycle quantification of carbon abatement solutions enabled by the chemical industry” (2009) and “ICCA Building Technology Roadmap: The Chemical Industry’s Contribution to Energy and Greenhouse Gas Savings in Residential and Commercial Construction” (2013) are the most relevant examples

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    Alliance Statement on Clean Energy Package

    22 May 2017

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    | Position Paper | Clean Energy for all Europeans Package

    16 May 2017

    Europe’s chemical industry welcomes the Clean Energy Package proposal from the European Commission in its ambitions to reform and harmonise energy markets in Europe and to pioneer the low-carbon economy for the benefit of all its citizens.

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    | Position Paper Executive Summary | Clean Energy for all Europeans Package

    16 May 2017

    Europe’s chemical industry welcomes the Clean Energy Package proposal from the European Commission in its ambitions to reform and harmonise energy markets in Europe and to pioneer the low-carbon economy for the benefit of all its citizens.

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    | Study | Independant Peer Review of the study "Ex-post investigation of cost pass-through in the EU ETS: an analysuis of six sectors"

    11 July 2016

    he report provides a Peer review of the study “Ex-post Investigation of Cost Pass-Though in the EU ETS: an analysis of six sectors” produced by CE-Delft and Oeko Institut and published by the EU Commission in November 2015, which investigates carbon costs pass-through across iron and steel, refineries, cement, organic basic chemicals, fertilizer, and glass. The peer review, which has looked at relevant sections for refineries and organic basic chemicals, demonstrates why the results produced by CE DELFT for these two sectors cannot be used as direct policy recommendations.

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    |REPORT| Cefic Side Event at COP21 "Innovate and Pioneer towards a low carbon future: expect more from Chemistry”

    16 December 2015

    Under the heading "Innovate and Pioneer towards a low carbon future: expect more from Chemistry”, Cefic convened a high-level debate in the very heart of the COP21 premises.

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    Cefic Round Table on Innovation and pioneer towards a low carbon future: expect more from chemistry

    26 November 2015

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    The European Chemical Industry Open Letter to the European Council, European Commission and European Parliament

    05 November 2015

    This public letter expresses the support of the European chemical industry for the efforts of European governments and Institution to achieve an ambitious and globally-binding agreement in Paris and the transition to a competitive low carbon economy. It also emphasises the role a competitive European chemical industry can play in that transition. The open Letter, signed by our President, Jean-Pierre Clamadieu and other leaders of the European chemical industry was published in the Financial Times on 5th November 2015

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    Cefic Response to the EC Public Consultation on the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD)

    27 October 2015

    The EPBD has been effective in promoting energy efficiency in new buildings, but a more concerted effort is required to improve the energy efficiency of existing building stock. The EU must work to ensure longterm investments in energy efficiency in buildings by coming forward with a vision for the whole building stock translated in individual goals and renovation plans

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