The tasks of decarbonising the economy and securing supply chains do not come bigger than for the sprawling steel plant in Port Talbot in Wales, the Daily Telegraph reported.
The facility, one of the UK’s top carbon polluters, will need to find ways to make steel with less carbon dioxide output — eventually cutting it entirely in the race for net zero.
The challenge for loss-making parent Tata Steel is who will pay for improvements to achieve this. An inability to find the funds could put local jobs at risk.
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