Anti-dumping levy on Ukranian steel products may be lifted

Anti-dumping levy on Ukranian steel products may be lifted After Russia’s invasion of the country, the UK is seeing if they can remove anti-dumping duties on some steel products from Ukraine. The move is part of a analysis of tariffs on hot rolled flat and coiled (HRFC) steel from Russia, Ukraine, Brazil and Iran including…
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New project to grow corals on offshore wind turbines

New project to grow corals on offshore wind turbines Offshore wind turbines can live with corals happily together! Ørsted has launched a new project to begin growing corals on offshore wind turbine foundations at the Greater Changhua wind farms off the coast of Taiwan. That follows scientific trials to grow juvenile corals on underwater steel…
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Government approval for 1st coal mine in decades likely

Government approval for 1st coal mine in decades likely The government will next declare the go-ahead to a new coal mine as part of its efforts to cut its dependence on Russia’s energy supplies. If the move is settled, it will be the first time in decades that a UK coal mine has been given…
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HS2 trains will use zero-carbon electricity.

Minister Andrew Stephenson has revealed that HS2 trains would be fuelled by 100 percent zero-carbon electricity from the start. Not only will the HS2 project contribute to the government’s net zero ambitions, but it will also be net zero by 2035. The project has developed a net zero strategy outlining how it intends to reduce…
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To avoid big energy bills ‘green’ steel is made at night

To avoid big energy bills ‘green’ steel is made at night: LIBERTY Steel UK has reported the renewal of construction at its electric arc furnace factory in Rotherham, northern England, with activities happening at night to save energy costs. As reported by the company, the plant will be functional between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m.,…
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Government been asked to take action with energy prices

Government been asked to take action with energy prices: The Energy Intensive Users Group (EIUG) has urged the government to take immediate action to address the increasing crisis in the Energy Intensive Users. The organisation, which represents the interests of big industrial energy consumers such as steel, chemicals, paper, and glass producers, has recommended a…
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Hydrogen projects may build 25k green jobs in next 10 yrs

Hydrogen projects may build 25k green jobs in next 10 yrs: Projected hydrogen projects and investments might bring over 25,000 highly skilled green jobs in the UK throughout the coming ten years. A current report from the Energy Networks Association (ENA), believes British industrial clusters, containing NW England, the Humber & Teesside might witness the…
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