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Ørsted gearing up for the next climate venture

Much like other prominent companies like Mærsk, Volvo, and Siemens Gamesa, Ørsted is making a push to start producing sustainable steel. This is crucial for achieving 100% green wind turbines.

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It won’t suffice for Danish utility Ørsted to install more wind energy, which in coming decades will replace oil and gas. The mission will only be completed once the wind turbines themselves are also 100% green.

”The next big step for us concerns our supplier chain. Even though wind turbines produce green energy with zero emissions, there are still emissions in the supplier chain, and we are, among other things, dependent on steel,” says Director, Head of Global Sustainability of Ørsted Ida Krabek.

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