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Net-Zero Aluminum: Competitive Now, Even Cheaper By 2050

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Start date: 6/29/2021
Start time: 12:00 PM EDT | 5:00 PM BST
Duration: 60 minutes
New analysis from BloombergNEF shows that aluminum made with clean energy can be cheaper than today’s production costs with fossil fuels. By 2050, the cost of technologies like hydrogen, direct air capture, and clean energy will have fallen, making net-zero aluminum not just necessary for sustainability targets, but for companies’ bottom line. Join BNEF analysts to discuss the technology combinations that can decarbonize primary and secondary aluminum, and which of them are best positioned to scale.


Sharon Mustri

Analyst, Metals & Mining


Sharon’s research centers on the battery supply chain, sustainable industry, and market trends in the Americas. She is part of a team creating BNEF’s playbook for industrial decarbonization, producing reports and models that outline the technologies, costs and strategies to make industry green.

Julia Attwood

Head of Sustainable Materials


Julia Attwood leads the Sustainable Materials team at BloombergNEF. She writes about pathways to decarbonisation for heavy industry, focusing on the circular economy, CCUS, and sustainable materials. Prior to this, she was BNEF's expert in lithium-ion battery technologies, costs and supply chain. Before joining BNEF, Julia researched advanced polymer composites. She holds a PhD in Materials Engineering from the University of Cambridge.

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