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[SURVEY] Low Carbon Concrete Technologies: Barriers to UK Implementation

[SURVEY] Low Carbon Concrete Technologies: Barriers to UK Implementation

To complete the survey, follow the link here.

This survey is part of the Low Carbon Concrete Technologies (LCCT): Understanding and Implementation project, funded by an EPSRC IAA Impact Starter Grant, and is being conducted by Aurelia Hibbert, under the supervision of Michal Drewniok and Jonathan Cullen, at the University of Cambridge.

The project aims to identify Low Carbon Concrete Technologies that can be successfully implemented in the UK. A Commercial Readiness Index (CRI) is used to assess the identified LCCTs and the barriers preventing their mainstream implementation in the UK. The ‘hierarchy’ of barriers will be identified along with means to overcome them. In this way, recommendations will be made for unlocking the emissions reductions required for the cement industry in the UK to achieve net-zero in line with the UK’s climate commitments.

The survey has been designed to assess how industry views the barriers to implementation of low carbon concrete technologies in the UK. The survey is completely anonymous and can be completed by anyone involved in the building design process. Results will be used in the project report and academic publications.

The survey should take approximately 15 minutes to complete and any responses will be greatly appreciated.

To complete the survey, follow the link here.