Thierry Seigmann, CEO of Engie Electrabel, is very clear: “It’s already too late to expand nuclear power plants.” That’s what Sageman said during De Grote Shift, a series of climate debates by De Standaard. The chief executives of ArcelorMittal, BASF and TotalEnergies are also asking the government for clarification on energy supplies: “Now tell us what we want.”
How can our largest industrial and energy companies save the climate? To answer this question, the CEOs of ArcelorMittal Europe (Geert van Bolford), BASF Antwerp (Jan Remaissen), TotalEnergies Belgium (Jack Bucklers) and Engy Elektrabel (Thierry Sagman) in a debate at De Singel on Wednesday night. Below we list some of the notable moments.
The fourth debate for De Grote Shift will take place tomorrow evening at Handelsbeurs in Ghent. Here You can still get the latest tickets.
When will the industrial giants want to be climate neutral?
ArcelorMittal Europe CEO Shatters Myth: ‘It’s All About Hydrogen?’ absolutely impossible”
TotalEnergies CEO: ‘We won’t leave people out in the cold to achieve climate goals’
BASF Antwerp CEO ‘We need billions of euros in subsidies’
Fact-checker Thomas Wiens: “The standards we set in Europe are often adopted around the world”
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