The current discussion about energy transition and transformation of the steel industry into a climate-neutral sector by 2050 is mainly focused on the decarbonization of steel production.

In order to be in line with industry’s long-term vision and to contribute to the worldwide general targets of GHG emission reduction, it will be of fundamental importance to adopt a holistic approach that includes low carbon technologies for heating processes associated with the steelmaking downstream furnace operations.

The availability of green electricity is of course crucial to this end, both to reduce emissions and to produce green fuels such as hydrogen in order to replace fossil sources.

Tenova’s approach to being a valuable partner in providing sustainable solutions for end users is part of the continuous development strategy towards the next generation combustion systems.