Making GREENSTEEL today’s low-carbon reality: The investment case for GREENSTEEL in the UK
In 2021, Sustainable industry leader, GFG Alliance (GFG), owner of LIBERTY Steel Group, announced the launch of a major new three-way policy partnership with Green Alliance, the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre and Bright Blue. The partnership was launched with a “Prospectus for GREENSTEEL”, in which the three organisations highlighted the role of steel making and products made from steel can play in the drive to net-zero, with a competitive operating environment and the right policy incentives in place.Download our GREENSTEEL Prospectus here
GFG Alliance at the World Climate Summit 2021
GFG Alliance was a key sponsor of the World Climate Summit – one of the most important official events of COP26 and the leading forum for business, investors, and technology providers to work together and develop real solutions to tackle climate change. We had contributors speaking at various panels and events, using the opportunity to launch our campaign: To make change, we have to push.
A message from Sanjeev Gupta, Executive Chairman
The 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26), in Glasgow, met to agree how global climate commitments will be delivered. I want to take this opportunity to reiterate my commitment to our climate goals and explain how we’re participating in COP26.
LIBERTY Steel has pledged to become carbon neutral by 2030 through our GREENSTEEL strategy that involves greater use of steel recycling, development and application of low carbon and renewable energy to power processes, and eventually, application of breakthrough technologies such as hydrogen steel making.