Biocarbon: a precious resource for electric arc furnaces

A webinar dedicated to the theme of climate neutrality was held on 7th September in which our Green Manager, Ing. Luca Orefici, participated as a speaker. Furthermore, after the meeting, an interview was held which was subsequently published in the Scenarios / Experts’ corner section of the September issue of La Metallurgia Italiana. Among the … Continued

Cogeneration: a 20 year-long practice in ZP

We have been producing combined power and heat for twenty years. View of the gas turbine of the cogeneration unit (on the lower left); in the background, the boiler of the cogeneration unit. The cogeneration unit, also known as steam-gas plant, replaced the outdated technology of separate electricity and steam production in 2001. Our company … Continued

ZP: a virtual example of an increasingly attentive steel production

Steel production is undoubtedly associated with unclean and polluting activities, affecting the environment and the neighbouring communities. In recent years, however, this conjecture proved to be no longer valid. In fact, more and more steel mills are now capable of complying with strict environmental regulations and integrate themselves with local communities. Our steelmaking plant, Zeleziarne … Continued

A roadmap toward Net Zero by 2050

A large number of nations and companies are expressing their intention or commitment to achieve climate neutrality within a few decades. The awareness of the risks associated with inaction with respect to climate change is supporting this drive. Moreover, there is a clear trend in the market to privilege and valorise products and services that … Continued

The path to Green Steel production

By 2050, the European Union will become climate neutral. This is the long-term vision of the European Commission, it is the goal that single nations are going to set for themselves and the purpose we are embracing as citizens. The way to achieve this objective will be difficult and will radically change our society. Therefore, … Continued