Decarbonizing Industrial Supply Chain Energy

Ambitious climate action commitments continue to increase across the private and public sectors. Companies with significant carbon footprints, cities, and major governments worldwide have made commitments to reduce emissions throughout their supply chain.


Industrial sector emissions are a primary driver of energy-related greenhouse gas emissions growth globally – eliminating GHGs from industrial commodities is critical to achieving a global zero-carbon energy system.

Graph of Steel and Plastics proudction through 2100
Alumninum & Cement Proudction through 2100
Sources: US EIA and Material Economics. The Circular Economy: A Powerful Force for Climate Mitigation

The REBA Institute’s Decarbonizing Industrial Supply Chain Energy program will reduce energy-related GHGs from industrial sectors by leveraging the power of companies worldwide with scope 3 GHG reduction programs to send zero-carbon demand signals to the base of their supply chains. Every company can be involved and add their weight to the critical pull for decarbonization.

Questions? Contact us at communications@reba-institute.org

Upcoming EventS


REBA Institute Workshop on Decarbonizing Industrial Supply Chain Energy

March 24, 2021, 1:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

This is the fourth workshop in a series of facilitated stakeholder gatherings for the REBA Institute’s newest initiative: Decarbonizing Industrial Supply Chain Energy (DISC-e). DISC-e will help organizations with Scope 3 GHG commitments go beyond their first-tier suppliers and send zero-carbon demand signals to the base of their supply chains. In the first year, the initiative will focus on one or two industrial commodities, specific supply chains that cut across multiple commodities, and/or related modes of transport. The objective of this workshop is to align on a final focus area.