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High fossil fuel prices mean UK cannot delay transition to low emissions steel

By Clare Richardson-Barlow, Research Fellow in Industrial Decarbonisation, University of Leeds
Andrew Pimm, Research Fellow in Mechanical Engineering, University of Leeds
Pepa Ambrosio-Albala, Research Fellow in Chemical Engineering, University of Leeds
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Steel is essential for making many of the technologies that will end fossil fuel combustion, including electric vehicles, wind turbines and solar panels. Unfortunately, to produce a lot of steel, manufacturers need to burn a lot of fossil fuel.

Steel production accounted for 2% of the UK’s emissions in 2019 and ranks secondThe Conversation


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