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Green Steel for Europe (GREENSTEEL)
“Green Steel for Europe” (GREENSTEEL) is a project that supports the EU towards achieving the 2030 climate and energy targets and the 2050 long-term strategy for a climate-neutral Europe, with effective solutions for clean steelmaking. The project consortium, made up of 10 partners, relies on a mix of skills and expertise and allows for full coverage of the EU Member States and steelmaking installations.
The project aims to develop a technology roadmap and define mid- and long-term pathways for the decarbonisation of the steel industry; analyse funding options; assess the economic, social, environmental and industrial leadership impacts of EU policy options; and ensure the dissemination of results and stakeholder engagement. "Green Steel for Europe" relies on a detailed and finely structured work plan across 5 work packages (WPs).
Through its innovative approach consisting of the combined assessment of promising technologies, industrial transformation scenarios, and policy options and impacts, Green Steel for Europe will effectively contribute to the sustainable decarbonisation of the steel industry. Ultimately, the project will help position the EU as a leading provider of low-carbon products, services and advanced technologies in steelmaking, and support the green transition and fight against climate change on a global scale.
Further links for extra steel related resources:
- Clean Steel Partnership (under construction)
- Research Fund for Coal and Steel (RFCS)
This project has received funding from the European Union under grant agreement NUMBER 882151 — GREENSTEEL
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