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Solidia Technologies names new CEO

06 May 2021, Published under Cement News

Solidia Technologies has announced a US$78m funding round and named Bryan Kalbfleisch as its new chief executive officer.   The company noted that the funding round attracted a range of leading investors committed to advancing low-carbon solutions for industry. The new funding will support the continued development and deployment of leading technologies to accelerate the decarbonisation of critical building materials industries, it said in a statement.   Mr Kalbfleisch stated: "Joining Solid...

Solidia Technologies is named as a Global Cleantech 100 company

08 January 2021, Published under Cement News

Cleantech Group has named Solidia Technologies ® as a 2021 Global Cleantech 100 company for the fourth year in a row. The Global Cleantech 100 list recognises companies that are best positioned to contribute to a more digitised, decarbonised and resource-efficient future. "We are thrilled to be recognised as a Global Cleantech 100 Company for a fourth year as we continue bringing one of the world’s oldest and most ubiquitous industries into the 21st century with digitalsation and prod...

LafargeHolcim and Solidia Technologies launch first commercial venture

09 August 2019, Published under Cement News

LafargeHolcim and US-based Solidia Technologies ® have announced its first commercial venture to supply EP Henry’s paver and block plant in Wrightstown, New Jersey, with a reduced-CO 2 cement. Over the past six years, the two companies have developed an innovative technology that will reduce the environmental footprint of precast concrete and validate Solidia Cement™ at a commercial scale, according to a press release. Based on Solidia Cement produced at the Lafarge Whitehall plant, th...

Lafarge and Solidia commercialise a new low-carbon solution for the construction sector

29 April 2015, Published under Cement News

Lafarge has reached a new milestone in its partnership with US start-up Solidia Technologies® with the signing of an agreement to commercialise a technology allowing a significant reduction in the environmental footprint of pre-cast concrete. The patented technology allows lower CO2 emissions in the cement production process and utilises CO2 in precast concrete manufacturing. It reduces the carbon footprint of the end-to-end process by up to 70 per cent. Under the terms of this agreement, ...

Solidia Technologies signs partnership agreement with Linde Group

15 August 2014, Published under Cement News

The US start-up Solidia Technologies has signed a partnership agreement with the Linde Group, a gases and engineering company, that includes the development, demonstration and commercialisation of Solidia’s CO 2 -based concrete curing technology. Germany-based Linde will collaborate with Solidia to demonstrate the feasibility of commercial-scale production. The two companies will also work together to promote the technology as a solution for the precast concrete sector. “Linde will bri...

Solidia’s CO2-curing technology for reduced water consumption

28 April 2014, Published under Cement News

A white paper on water use in the global production of cement and concrete finds that a savings of 2bnt of water per year could be realised with the adoption of a patented process developed by Solidia Starting with a sustainable cement, the CO2-curing technology reduces water consumption in the production of concrete up to 80 per cent, carbon emissions up to 70 per cent, and the curing time to one day. “With Solidia Cementand Solidia Concrete, we can address these environmental challenge...

Lafarge and Solidia Technologies announce partnership

08 October 2013, Published under Cement News

Lafarge has signed a partnership agreement with the US start-up Solidia Technologies® to industrialise an innovative technology that could reduce the environmental footprint of pre-cast concrete. The technology allows lower CO2 emissions in the cement production process, and involves the capture of CO2 in precast concrete manufacturing. Overall, CO2 emissions could be reduced by up to 70 per cent. As part of the agreement, Lafarge will work with Solidia to demonstrate feasibility of comme...