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Concrete and Embodied Energy The small amount of embodied energy (carbon) in one tonne of concrete, when multiplied by the huge amount of concrete used, results in concrete being the material that contains the greatest amount of carbon in the world. The embodied energy of a material represents the amount of carbon (carbon dioxide) embodied in that material. Using coal? But what for? – Jean-Marc Jancovici Coal definitely allows less usages than a swiss army knife, since it is mainly used for electricity, steel and industrial heat, but this variety is enough to strongly discriminate the destination of coal depending on its quality. Global Cement Consumption on the Rise World cement consumption is expected to grow 2.2 percent in 2015, 3.7 percent in 2016, and remain near 4 percent growth during 2017-2018. World cement consumption grew .    Read More

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