The UK has a chance to host the world's first fully decarbonised steel sector

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The UK has a chance to host the world's first fully decarbonised steel sector

The UK could set an example for how industry and government can work together to rapidly decarbonise industrial emissions, writes UK Steel's Frank Aaskov

Steel makes up 85 per cent of a wind turbine, is the predominant material in our rail infrastructure, enables electric vehicles, energy-efficient housing, and the supply of low-carbon heat. As a material,...

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