Future Hamburg Talk meets ... Dr Uwe Braun, CEO of ArcelorMittal

24 March 2021
World's largest steel producer eyeing production of climate-neutral steel - key role for Hamburg

The repercussions of climate change are glaringly obvious and the transition to a sustainable economy is gaining importance. Hopes are now being pinned on environment-friendly hydrogen from renewable energies. Hydrogen holds offers enormous potential for Hamburg to decarbonise industrial processes on a large scale.

Video interview with Dr Uwe Braun, CEO of ArcelorMittal

ArcelorMittal is taking the next steps towards the industrial production of climate-neutral steel. The world's largest steel company has set itself the goal of slashing its CO2 emissions in Europe by 30 per cent before 2030 and to produce climate-neutral steel by 2050. Dr Uwe Braun, CEO of ArcelorMittal GmbH in Hamburg, outlines the plans to Future Hamburg Talk.



Sources and further information

    read more about the hydrogen region on future.hamburg


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