Climate policy costs and the steel industry – case closed?

Low carbon policies are playing only a minor role in the current steel crisis given supportive reforms, with many sites profiting from carbon trading. But long term survival and decarbonisation remain uncertain

by Paul Hatchwell
Government has already maximised relief from indirect costs of renewable energy and climate policies, yet steel's woes continue. Photograph: hxdyl/123RF
Government has already maximised relief from indirect costs of renewable energy and climate policies, yet steel's woes continue. Photograph: hxdyl/123RF

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