Canada’s Steel industry saw a report released yesterday entitled “Greening Steel: How nuclear energy & electrification can power the future of steel”.
It was prepared by the Bruce Power Centre for New Nuclear & Net Zero Partnerships & the Nuclear Innovation Institute and the Canada Steel Producers Association.
It highlights the increased demand from the steel sector for clean electricity in the decades ahead and demonstrates how nuclear can meet this demand.
In developing the report, NII surveyed CSPA members about their priorities, emissions reduction plans and expectations for future electricity demands.
They include reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 45 percent by 2030, which exceed Canada’s target of 40 percent.
The link to the report is available below.