SUSTAIN is a first-of-its-kind industrial project aiming to deliver a sustainable UK steel industry by 2026. Research focuses on zero-carbon energy sources, reuse, recycling and ‘Industry 4.0’, and engages partners throughout the steel industry supply chain.
The project is an EPSRC-funded partnership including Swansea, Sheffield and Warwick Universities, together with the UK’s largest steel manufacturers and their supply chains.
Green Steelmaking: The critical global resource and practical technical challenge
Dr Richard Curry believes the UK could fulfil its current manufacturing requirements without solely relying on new green steelmaking technology.
Can the UK achieve energy sustainability with Wind and Photovoltaic energy?
The UK is entering a serious energy crisis. Are renewable energy sources the answer?
The role of steel in a decarbonised society
The UK stands on the verge of a green industrial revolution, in which the steel supply chain will play a vital role.
The role of steel in creating a net-zero carbon, circular materials economy
How the UK’s leading academics are working with trade bodies to determine the best method of achieving a net-zero carbon, circular materials economy.