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SSAB has embarked on a sustainability expedition that revolutionizes steel throughout its lifecycle – from steelmaking, to end use and 100% recyclability. Today, SSAB’s blast furnaces emit 7% less CO2 than the EU average, but we are reaching for more. Innovations in the HYBRIT cooperation puts steelmaking on track to be fossil-free by 2045. 

Already by 2025, continuous improvements and process technology advances will reduce current CO2 emissions by 25%. More than our production process, we know our products and offering are also part of the solution. Customers can already achieve significant CO2 savings by using SSAB’s quality high-strength steels in their products.



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Sustainability Expedition blogs:

15 Oct
New appeal for sustainable speeds aims to save lives on the road
SSAB is working together with the Swedish Transport Administration and some of Sweden’s biggest buyers of transport services to launch an appeal to transport buyers to use procurement as a tool to make demands for sustainable speeds. The aim is to reduce the number of accidents and to save lives,
3 Oct
HYBRIT: SEK 200 million invested in pilot plant for storage of fossil-free hydrogen in Luleå
SSAB, LKAB and Vattenfall, the owners behind the HYBRIT initiative, are investing SEK 150 million and the Swedish Energy Agency is contributing almost SEK 50 million towards the construction of a storage facility for hydrogen at the HYBRIT pilot plant for fossil-free steel. The investment is an important step towards the goal of fossil-free iron and steel production.
24 Sep
HYBRIT highlighted as one of the most ambitious initiatives at UN Climate Action Summit
SSAB, LKAB and Vattenfall, the owners behind HYBRIT initiative, will join the Leadership Group for Industry Transition that was launched today at the UN Climate Action Summit in New York by Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven. HYBRIT was presented as one of the most ambitious and most transformative initiatives to tackle climate change. The aim with the Leadership Group is to accelerate transition to lowcarbon pathways in hard to abate sectors in line with the goals of Paris Agreement.
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