CEMEX Awarded DOE Grant for Carbon Capture Development

CEMEX USA has been awarded a grant from the United States Department of Energy (DOE) to research, engineer and develop a pilot for a breakthrough carbon capture unit. The project, anchored to CEMEX’s Victorville, Calif., plant, will also contemplate cost-competitive solutions to completely close the loop on current carbon emissions.

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CEMEX Dominicana to Expand Operations

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CEMEX Dominicana expects to recommission one of its production lines at its plant in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic, which could imply a 33% increase in its production capacity in the country. The increase would boost the cement industry’s self-sufficiency, noted the company, and would strengthen CEMEX Dominicana’s position to serve the growth of the construction sector in the…

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CEMEX Provides Grants to 80+ Nonprofits for Pandemic Relief

CEMEX USA has reached a milestone in its efforts to support the fight against COVID-19, delivering grants to more than 80 non-profit organizations nationwide this year from its philanthropic arm, the CEMEX Foundation. The grants helped provide food, shelter, safety and education in communities deeply affected by the pandemic.

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CEMEX Awarded DOE Grant for Carbon Capture Tech

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The United States Department of Energy (DOE) awarded CEMEX with a grant to research and develop innovative carbon capture technology at its Balcones cement plant in New Braunfels, Texas. The grant will be used to partially fund a feasibility study to implement the technology and is expected to be an important advancement toward the company’s goal to deliver net-zero concrete…

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