Sajjan Jindal asks for joint effort to decarbonise steel production
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Sajjan Jindal asks for joint effort to decarbonise steel production

On Wednesday, newly appointed World Steel Association Chairman Sajjan Jindal asked for a joint effort of the industry to develop a cleaner future by working towards decarbonising steel creation.

Jindal made the remarks after he was elected as the chairman of the World Steel Association (worldsteel), as per a statement declared by JSW Steel.

He is the first Indian to be appointed as the chairman of the Belgium-headquartered global industry organisation.

As per the statement, Jindal said that governments and policymakers have realised that to reconstruct their economies, they require to boost their spending on infrastructure.

This global structural transformation has given the industry various new opportunities to make steel more efficiently.

In the statement, he also said that as they contribute to the growth of society, they also require to develop a better and cleaner future by working towards decarbonising steel production.

Jindal has been appointed as the chairman of worldsteel for one year. Worldsteel acts as the focal point for the steel industry, rendering global leadership on all vital strategic matters influencing the industry, specifically concentrating on economic, environmental and social sustainability.

Its members represent around 85% of the world's steel generation, comprising more than 160 steel generators, national and regional steel industry organisations and steel research institutes.

JSW Steel, the flagship firm of the JSW Group, is among the top-six steel generators in India, having a global presence.

The firm aims to achieve 37.5 mtpa steel-producing capacity by FY 2024-25.

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On Wednesday, newly appointed World Steel Association Chairman Sajjan Jindal asked for a joint effort of the industry to develop a cleaner future by working towards decarbonising steel creation. Jindal made the remarks after he was elected as the chairman of the World Steel Association (worldsteel), as per a statement declared by JSW Steel. He is the first Indian to be appointed as the chairman of the Belgium-headquartered global industry organisation. As per the statement, Jindal said that governments and policymakers have realised that to reconstruct their economies, they require to boost their spending on infrastructure. This global structural transformation has given the industry various new opportunities to make steel more efficiently. In the statement, he also said that as they contribute to the growth of society, they also require to develop a better and cleaner future by working towards decarbonising steel production. Jindal has been appointed as the chairman of worldsteel for one year. Worldsteel acts as the focal point for the steel industry, rendering global leadership on all vital strategic matters influencing the industry, specifically concentrating on economic, environmental and social sustainability. Its members represent around 85% of the world's steel generation, comprising more than 160 steel generators, national and regional steel industry organisations and steel research institutes. JSW Steel, the flagship firm of the JSW Group, is among the top-six steel generators in India, having a global presence. The firm aims to achieve 37.5 mtpa steel-producing capacity by FY 2024-25. Image Source Also read: Tata Steel joins Sea Cargo Charter as part of sustainability goals

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