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A new investment at the Port Talbot steelworks is set to improve the competitiveness of the site, generate over 1MW of energy, and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 6,000 tonnes per year.
A £53 million investment at Tata Steel’s Port Talbot works will reduce its external power requirements by about 15% and contribute towards making the site self-sufficient in energy.
Tata Steel has today unveiled a new centre which will develop and demonstrate ultimate low-carbon, low-energy sustainable construction technologies.
Tata Steel RD&T and the Royal Academy of Engineering are jointly funding a new Chair for research into Low Carbon Materials Technology at WMG at the University of Warwick.
- 06-06-2011Company14776Corporate / Technology
Management team in place, centre set to open in spring 2012.
Support for growth in manufacturing is welcome