Energy Transition and Green Deal

The European paper industry has already delivered a successful decoupling of carbon emissions from economic growth while reducing carbon emissions by 29% from 2005 to date, having product volumes increased and proved the climate friendliness of its products thanks to certified raw materials and a world class performance in recycling.

Our objective is to be the most competitive, innovative and sustainable provider of net-zero carbon solutions in 2050, namely by strengthening the role of wood and wood-based products in our daily lives, substituting critical or CO2-intensive raw materials and fossil energy and closing material loops by boosting collection and recycling. We wish to play a central role in satisfying the daily needs of Europeans and offering solutions that contribute to a sustainable lifestyle.

Activities

Freight Stakeholders call for open dialogue on wagonload services

Freight Stakeholders call for open dialogue on wagonload services

The competitiveness of energy intensive industries is a pre-condition for EU growth

Strategic choices for ETS Post-2020: Allow energy intensive industries to be competitive and grow in Europe

Consultation response on the revision of the EU Emission Trading System (EU ETS) Directive

Consultation response on the revision of the EU Emission Trading System (EU ETS) Directive

Alliance of Energy Intensive Industries renews calls for ‘carbon leakage’ protection

Alliance of Energy Intensive Industries renews calls for ‘carbon leakage’ protection

CEPI adopts Load Transport guidelines for pulp and paper products

CEPI adopts Load Transport guidelines for pulp and paper products

Regulatory and Market Aspects of Demand-Side Flexibility

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