Green steel, made with hydrogen instead of coal, significantly cuts carbon emissions. It is crucial for sectors like energy, automotive, and white goods as they strive to decarbonise their operations and supply chains in response to incentives and tightening ESG regulation. While a promising eco-friendly alternative to traditional steel production, green steel faces challenges in reaching commercial viability. It is costly to produce, requires access to a steady supply of renewable energy, and needs significant investment in new infrastructure. But it also opens-up the opportunity for market disruptors to introduce new technologies and business models to make steel production more sustainable and competitive.
As the global demand for responsibly produced steel rises, this 50-minute digital dialogue will look at how market disruptors, steel consumers (automotive, energy, construction, white goods), along with policymakers and investors, can work together to overcome the obstacles to transitioning from dirty to clean steel by using an end-to-end value chain approach, developed by the European Green Hydrogen Acceleration Center (EGHAC).
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08:00 am - 09:00 am EDT (60 mins)