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Grain-oriented electrical steel with a particularly low carbon footprint has been ordered from thyssenkrupp Steel by SGB-SMIT, a German maker of transformers that is fulfilling an order for energy group Eon. Since October last year, thyssenkrupp Steel has been offering certified CO2-reduced steel under the “Bluemint” brand name. For the batch now delivered to SGB-SMIT, reduced iron has been used in the blast furnace, enabling a reduction in coal usage,…
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