UK mulls lifting anti-dumping duties on steel products from Ukraine

The move is part of a review of tariffs on hot rolled flat and coiled steel, which is primarily used in the mechanical and electrical engineering, construction and automobile sectors

Project to grow corals on offshore wind turbine foundations launched

Ørsted will trial cultivating corals on the steel surfaces of four wind turbine foundations

Government ‘likely to give green light to UK’s first coal mine in decades’

The colliery will produce coking coal for the UK’s steel industry which currently relies on Russia

Putin cancels plans to storm Ukrainian steel plant, opts for blockade

He ordered his Defence Minister to make a blockade “so that a fly cannot not pass through”

How could Russia-Ukraine war derail UK’s vintage trains?

Heritage Railway Association has raised concerns over coal shortages

UK proposes to maintain anti-dumping measures on steel from China and Russia

Cold rolled flat steel is used in the manufacture of parts for the automotive industry and domestic appliances and can be found in consumer products such as radiators, steel drums and metal furniture

Africa chasing the wind from as high as it gets!

A 144 metre-tall wind turbine was built in Morocco

UK to review anti-dumping measures on Chinese steel

The Trade Remedies Authority will decide whether duties are still needed to offset dumping of these imports in the UK

HS2 trains to run on zero-carbon energy

The project is looking to become net zero by 2035

Scotland’s deposit return scheme to go live in 2023

Circular Economy Minister Lorna Slater set out plans for a phased implementation of the scheme and said the target of achieving 90% collection rates by 2024 will be maintained