Inside the EU’s shadow climate fight

By |marec 9th, 2020|cement, energy intensive, ETS reform, EU industrial strategy, industrial strategy, News, steel industry|

The EU’s new industrial strategy, due out on 10 March, is an opportunity to shake up more than a decade of lethargic progress in cutting greenhouse gas emissions from Europe’s heavy industries, writes Wilf Lytton.

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Industrial decarbonisation and the EU Green Deal: The case for bold action

By |januar 17th, 2020|2030 climate and energy targets, 2050 carbon neutrality, 2050 climate strategy, energy intensive, News, steel industry|

The green deal is a credible first step to decarbonise energy-intensive industries such as steelmaking and chemicals. However, the transition to climate neutrality will also depend on the development of a comprehensive, integrated industrial strategy, ...

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Metals are Europe’s climate compass. Here’s why

By |november 7th, 2019|energy intensive, Metals, News, steel industry|

The future of Europe’s metals industry will be an early indicator of whether the EU has succeeded in uniting its Green New Deal and Industrial Strategy, write Tomas Wyns and Gauri Khandekar.

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Zero-emission EU industry ‘within reach’ but costly, study says

By |april 25th, 2019|aluminium, cement, Chemicals, energy intensive, Industrial Policy, News, Steel|

Bringing emissions from heavy industry down to net-zero by 2050 is possible but will require costly new production processes and a 25-60% increase in near-term capital investments to reach €40-50 billion per year, according to new research published on Thursday (25 April).

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Zero-emission EU industry ‘within reach’ but costly, study says

By |april 25th, 2019|aluminium, cement, Chemicals, energy intensive, Industrial Policy, News, Steel|

Bringing emissions from heavy industry down to net-zero by 2050 is possible but will require costly new production processes and a 25-60% increase in near-term capital investments to reach €40-50 billion per year, according to new research published on Thursday (25 April).

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