Karen Scrivener and the LC3 Project housed at EPFL (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne) were recognised as an Energy Transition Changemaker, winning an award!

During the Changemakers Heavy Emitting Sectors session at COP28 in UAE, Karen Scrivener shared essential information about the LC3 Project: its purpose is to accompany producers, users and policy-makers to adopt LC3 technology as a low-carbon blended cement type that can reduce CO2 emissions in cement by 40%.

Today LC3 is produced in at least 9 plants around the world; with +20 more by 2025. With the right efforts widely adopting LC3 can save 500 million tonnes per year of CO2 by 2030.