Mace Signs Up to SteelZero
International consultancy and construction company Mace has signed up to SteelZero, a global initiative aimed at driving market demand for net zero
International consultancy and construction company Mace has signed up to SteelZero, a global initiative aimed at driving market demand for net zero steel. The initiative benefits from support from seven major steel buyers from across sectors including construction and renewable energy. This marks the beginning of a significant global business push for clean steel, with the first companies to have signed up to SteelZero including Grosvenor and Orsted A/S.
Run in partnership with ResponsibleSteel, the new initiative comes from international non-profit the Climate Group, which has already seen success in delivering multinational campaigns that build corporate demand for renewables RE100, which Mace is part of, and electric vehicles EV100.
In the case of SteelZero, organisations are required to make a public commitment to transition to procuring, specifying or stocking 100% net zero steel by 2050. Targeting net zero steel from the demand-side of the supply chain makes this the first initiative of its kind, with the potential for it to have significant impact on investment, policy, manufacturing and production in the sector.