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    Cemex supplies cement for renewable projects in Croatia and Bosnia

    February 4, 2023 - CE Noticias Financieras


      Cemex, one of the world's largest producers of building materials, said it is supplying low-emission cement for three renewable energy projects in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

      The company said the cement is used for the construction of wind farms in both countries, as well as for a hydroelectric plant in eastern Herzegovina.

      "We are proud to support the transition to renewable energy with our Vertua family of products," Sergio Menendez, president of Cemex Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia, said in a statement. "Cemex is constantly innovating to deliver building solutions that enable its customers to be at the forefront of a more sustainable and circular industry."

      Cemex said it is supplying Vertua Ultra cement for the concrete foundations of the turbines at the Ivovik wind farm, the most significant investment in renewable energy sources in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

      The company said it is also supplying Vertua Plus cement to two wind farms near Obrovac in Croatia's Dalmatia region, which will have 25 wind turbines. Vertua Plus cement is used to produce the concrete for the foundations on which the wind turbines will be mounted.

      Finally, Cemex said it is supplying cement for the Dabar hydroelectric project tunnel in eastern Herzegovina.


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