The push to reduce carbon emissions is well underway. But to meet the 2030 target set out at the 2015 Paris Agreement, technological innovation is needed. Here we explain how Advanced Metallurgical Group is playing its part in enabling a low carbon future.
In 2015, national governments, private sector companies and local authorities across the world pledged to reduce carbon emissions as part of the Paris Climate Agreement.
And although progress has been made – CO2 emissions have remained stable since 20141 – there is still a long way to go. According to the United Nations, adopting new technologies in key sectors, such as energy, agriculture, industry, transport, buildings and forestry, could reduce emissions by up to 36 gigatonnes per year by 20302.
Our current holding Advanced Metallurgical Group (AMG) produces critical components for technologies that tackle CO2 reduction.
Dutch-domiciled AMG is a global critical materials companies that produces high value-add speciality metals.
AMG’s development of products and processes to reduce emissions and improve fuel efficiency excites us greatly. That’s because technological progress enabling greater reductions in CO2 emissions is one of the main drivers of growth in the automotive, energy and manufacturing industries.
AMG has successfully operated its tantalum