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JFE Steel Corporation

JFE Steel Releases Video about Efforts to Achieve Carbon Neutrality

JFE Steel Corporation announced today that it has released a video on the company’s core efforts to achieve carbon neutrality. The video introduces advanced carbon-recycling blast-furnace technology, which JFE Steel is actively developing, using easy-to-understand explanations supported with computer graphics and other video effects.

Entitled “Challenge to Achieve Carbon Neutrality through Green Transformation,” the video is available on JFE Steel’s website and YouTube channel.

 
 

Parent company JFE continues to issue information about efforts to fulfill its groupwide commitment to becoming carbon-neutral by 2050, including:

JFE Group Environmental Vision 2050 (long-term environmental plan issued on May 25, 2021)

JFE Raises 2030 CO2 Emissions-reduction Target to 30% or More Above FY2013 (news release issued on February 8, 2022)

 

JFE, based on the JFE Group Environmental Vision for 2050, is actively tackling the challenge of becoming carbon neutral. To allow steel to remain an indispensable material well into the future, JFE continues to develop ultra-innovative technologies as well as meet the challenge of contributing to a more sustainable world.

 

About JFE Steel Corporation

JFE Steel Corporation, one of the world’s leading integrated steel producers, was established through the consolidation of NKK Corporation and Kawasaki Steel Corporation in 2003. The company operates several steelworks in Japan and numerous branch offices and affiliates throughout the world. JFE Steel leverages world-class technologies and know-how to produce a wide range of products based on its “Only One, Number One” strategy of focusing on unique and best-in-class products. The company reported consolidated sales of 2,255 billion yen and consolidated crude steel output of 23.96 million tons in the fiscal year ended March 2021.

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