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Renewables Set to Unlock $2.2 Trillion Green Steel Monster

About this event

Rethink Energy would like to invite you to a webinar on Tuesday, July 6th 2021 – 4.00pm (GMT) as it unveils its latest forecast – Renewables Set to Unlock $2.2 Trillion Green Steel Monster – detailing the dramatic transformation that the global steelmaking industry will undergo through to 2050, and the vast array of opportunities this creates throughout the energy sector.

The report outlines how soaring margins in the wake of Covid-19, will drive an imminent wave of investment into a new generation of ‘Green Steel.’ Powered by a surge in scrap availability, 4,500 TWh of renewable power, and 60 million tons of green hydrogen per year, the report sets out a pathway for an 82% reduction in CO2 output by the 2050.

A 30-minute presentation will be hosted by Rethink’s Senior Analyst and lead author of the report Harry Morgan, followed by a 15-minute Q&A session.

The webinar will aim to answer the following questions:

  • Why will steel will not follow coal, oil and gas, in reaching peak demand by 2050?
  • How come recycled steel can only provide half the answer to a net zero future?
  • How quickly will hydrogen-based DRI displace bio-fuel/CCUS innovation?
  • Why is Sweden set to lay the foundations for an Indian revolution?

And most importantly

  • How can steelmaking set itself on course for a zero emissions future?

As the global energy system transitions away from fossil fuels, its synthesis between industries – including steelmaking – will become stronger than ever. Dramatic change in both supply- and demand-side economics will become increasingly driven by the desire to decarbonize. Those that resist this transition will be left in the dust by those that adopt ‘green’ practices – don’t let your business be one of them.

Hosted by

  • Team member
    Peter White CEO @ Rethink

    Co-founder and CEO of Rethink

  • Team member
    Rethink Research

  • Team member
    Harry Morgan

Rethink Research

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