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Future of Energy Podcast
An interview with Loek Radix of Chemelot about the Future of Energy, COP26, and hydrogen
In the run-up to the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26), we talked to Loek Radix, the Executive Director of Chemelot, about his views on radically cutting emissions in the Chemicals industry – the possibilities, the roadblocks and the need for collaboration.
About this podcast
In this podcast, we talked to Loek Radix, the Executive Director of Chemelot. Our interviewer Dieuwertje Ewalts, Lead of the Sustainable Consulting practice at Deloite Netherlands, talks to Mr Radix about his views on radically cutting emissions in the Chemicals industry – the possibilities, the roadblocks and the need for collaboration.
Chemelot is the largest chemical industry complex in Western-Europe and has a major impact on the future emissions and energy use in the Netherlands. In this podcast, Loek Radix talks about Chemelot's ambitious climate goals: to halve Chemelot’s emissions by 2030 and be climate neutral by 2050. Mr Radix will also share his expectations about COP26.
If you want to learn more about COP26 or our Future of Energy month, visit our COP26 hub page to read more articles and interviews.
"We as a Chemical Industry are absolutely willing and able to make a substantial contribution to the reduction of CO2 emissions in the world. The Chemical Industry is part of the problem, but also a part of the solution"
Loek Radix, Executive Director of Chemelot