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energy concepts | future of production | Sustainability and climate protection | To make steel production more sustainable, thyssenkrupp is already working on promising hydrogen-based technologies. Because the production of hydrogen requires a lot of electricity, the expansion of renewable energies is a decisive factor for large-scale industrial implementation. During her visit to our Duisburg steel site, Germany’s Federal Research Minister Anja Karliczek pointed out that this challenge could only be met by working together. She was impressed by thyssenkrupp’s two-pillar strategy for green steel.
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energy concepts | future of production | Sustainability and climate protection | trends of technology | Sustainability – one of our main topics for many years. Climate protection plays a key role in this. For the third time in a row, the non-governmental agency CDP awarded us the highest rating and placed us on the "Climate A List" – an award for our climate protection. Therefore, it is only logical that we have set ourselves a particularly ambitious target for the future: be climate-neutral from 2050 onwards. We have summarized which technologies play a special role in this – and where we are today.