European Climate Foundation

For Asian Industry Decarbonization

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    12 Months
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This grant is to support the acceleration of global steel decarbonization, with a focus on China and key Asian countries. This project of the European Climate Foundation will help address insufficient near-term political will to motivate the steel industry to peak prior to 2030 (and see emissions decline rapidly post-peak); prevent carbon leakage from Asian countries’ overseas investments in unabated coal-fired steel projects; lower the risk of technology and capital lock-in of existing coal-fired steel fleets’ interim emissions reduction; ensure the availability of transparent, good-quality steel plant/material/product-level emissions data; and hedge against potential long-term risk of technology containment and geopolitical isolation. (Substrategy: Global Industry)
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Riviervismarkt 5 2513 AM, The Hague, Netherlands
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