China’s steel sector could peak emissions earlier, though scrap availability remains constraint -study

Published 09:41 on January 30, 2023  /  Last updated at 09:41 on January 30, 2023  / Chia-Erh Kuo /  Asia Pacific, China

China's steel industry should be capable of peaking emissions by 2025 and reducing them by 30% by 2030, a much faster pace than an official target set by the government, though scrap availability will be the main constraint for cutting emissions by the end of this decade, a study has found.
China's steel industry should be capable of peaking emissions by 2025 and reducing them by 30% by 2030, a much faster pace than an official target set by the government, though scrap availability will be the main constraint for cutting emissions by the end of this decade, a study has found.


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