“How can European policy makers develop a more balanced energy and climate policy to preserve Europe´s industrial competitiveness up to 2050?”
This question is in the center of this years´ European Steel Day on 15 May in Brussels. Wolfgang Eder, president EUROFER and CEO voestalpine, Robrecht Himpe, Head of Business Optimisation, Arcelor Mittal Europe, Guenther Oettinger (tbc), Reinhard Bütikhofer, MEP European Green Party and Markus Beyrer, Director General BusinessEurope will discuss amongst others about competitiveness in Europe, where energy costs are shooting up, whereas elsewhere in the world Energy prices are declining.
The European steel industry is under threat today…..
…..just at that time as it is needed most. Climate change policy needs tons of steel to built up wind-towers or solar energy plants.
#savethedate 15 May 2014
Mont des Arts. Kunstberg.Brussels
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Representing by EUROFER, the European steel industry represents the world leader in its sector, producing on average 170 million of tonnes of steel per year with direct employment of 350.000 highly skilled people. More than 500 steel production and processing sites in 24 member states provide direct and indirect employment for millions of European citizens.
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